Research References

References as referred to across www.thefatheringproject.org and  printed resources:

  1. Wood, L., & Lambin, E. (2013). How fathers and father figures can shape child health and wellbeing. Retrieved from http://thefatheringproject.org/fpwp/wp- content/uploads/2015/11/New-Fathering-Research.
  2. Ewell Fostera, C, Horwitza, A (2017). Connectedness to family, school, peers, and community in socially vulnerable adolescents. Children and Youth Services Review. 81. 10.1016/j.childyouth.2017.08.011
  3. McBride, B.A., Schoppe-Sullivan S.J., & Ho, M.H. (2005). The mediating role of fathers’ school involvement on students’ achievement. Applied Developmental Psychology, 26, 201-216.
  4. Pleck, J.H. (2010). Paternal involvement: revised conceptualization and theoretical linkages with child outcomes. In M.E. Lamb (ed.), The Role of the Father in Child Development (5th ed.). Hoboken NJ: John Wiley & Sons.
  5. Panter-Brick, C., Burgess, A., Eggerman, M., McAllister, F., Pruett, K., & Leckman, J. F. (2014). Practitioner Review: Engaging fathers – recommendations for a game change in parenting interventions based on a systematic review of the global evidence. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, n/a-n/a. doi:10.1111/jcpp.12280
  6. Burgess, A. (2007). The costs and benefits of active fatherhood: Evidence and insights to inform the development of policy and practice. Retrieved from http://www.fatherhoodinstitute.org/uploads/publications/247.pdf
  7. Fletcher, R., May, C., St George., Stoker, L., & Oshan, M. (2014) Engaging fathers: Evidence review. Canberra: Australian Research Alliance for Children and Youth (ARACY). Retrieved from http://www.aracy.org.au/publications-resources/area?command=record&id=197&cid=6
  8. Cabrera, N. J., Fagan, J., Wight, V. & Schadler, C. (2011). Influence of Mother, Father, and Child Risk on Parenting and Children’s Cognitive and Social Behaviors. Child Development, 82 (6), 1985–2005.
  9. Pougnet, E., Serbin, L. A., Stack, D. M., & Schwartzman, A. E. (2011). Fathers’ influence on children’s cognitive and behavioural functioning: A longitudinal study of Canadian families. Canadian Journal of Behavioural Science, 43 (3), 173-182.
  10. Pears, K. C., Kim, H. K., Capaldi, D., Kerr, D. C., & Fisher, P. A. (2012). Father-child transmission of school adjustment: a prospective intergenerational study. Developmental Psychology, 49 (4), 792-803.
  11. Martin, K, Wood, L (2013). The Fathering Project; Projected Social and Economic Benefits. The University of Western Australia, Perth, Western Australia.
  12. S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics. Fathers’ Involvement in Their Children’s Schools, NCES 98-091, by Christine Winquist Nord, DeeAnn Brimhall, and Jerry West, Washington, DC: 1997. (NCES, 1997)
  13. Nord, C. W. and West, J. (2001). Fathers’ and mothers’ involvement in their children’s schools by family type and resident status.U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics. Retrieved from: http://nces.ed.gov/pubs2001/2001032.pdf
  14. Normandeau S, Guay F. (1998) Preschool behaviour and first-grade school achievement: The mediational role of cognitive self-control. Journal of Educational Psychology. 90(1):111.