Father-child interactions: contributions to children's cognitive developments

University of Oxford| Mon May 15 07:04:01 EDT 2017
Father-child interactions: contributions to children's cognitive developments

Paul G. Ramchandani and Alan Stein discover that father-child interactions in early infancy positively influence children's cognitive development.

The research was carried out while Paul G Ramchandani was based at the Department of Psychiatry, University of Oxford, as a Wellcome Clinical Research Fellow.

The study, 'Father-child interactions at 3 months and 24 months: contributions to children's cognitive development at 24 months, was published in the Infant Mental Health Journal.'

Extract from BBC: 

'Babies learn faster if their fathers engage with them in the first few months of life, a study suggests.

'An active male role in the early stages of babies' development produced better performance in cognitive tests by the age of two, researchers found.'

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