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Father involvement in Early Head Start programs
Raikes, Helen, 2005
Fathering, 3(1), 29-58

A study analyzing fathers' participation in the Early Head Start program using qualitative and quantitative data from 326 Early Head Start fathers whose children were 36 months old

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From sports fans to nurturers: An Early Head Start program's evolution toward father involvement
McAllister, Carol L., 2004
Fathering, 2(1), 31-59

An examination of the Pittsburgh Early Head Start program's efforts to support and strengthen fathers' involvement in the lives of their infants and toddlers

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Low-income fathers' involvement in their toddlers' lives: Biological fathers from the Early Head Start Research and Evaluation Study
Cabrera, Natasha J., 2004
Fathering, 2(1), 5-30

An investigation into the influence of fathers’ involvement on children’s outcomes, based on a sample of 1,550 mothers from the Early Head Start (EHS) Research and Evaluation Project, and 597 fathers from the Father Involvement with Toddlers Study (FITS)

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Playing with daddy: Social toy play, Early Head Start, and developmental outcomes
Roggman, Lori A., 2004
Fathering, 2(1), 83-108

Findings from a study assessing the role of an Early Head Start home-visiting program on the play interactions between fathers and their children, and the relationship between father-child social play and children’s development

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Preferences and perceptions about getting support expressed by low-income fathers
Summers, Jean Ann, 2004
Fathering, 2(1), 61-82

A survey of fathers of children participating in Early Head Start to determine their perceptions of available supports for enhancing their fathering roles

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