Fathers who participate in childbirth tend to:
A) be just as motivated by personal achievement as other men.
B) be more traditional and less open to change.
C) hold and rock their infants more.
D) have fewer children.
Research demonstrated that fathers who actively participated in rearing their children were:
A) less emotional and more removed from social life.
B) more satisfied with life and more active in their communities.
C) harsh and disciplinarian.
D) liberated and bureaucratic.
The promise to care for, connect with, and provide for a child throughout his/her life is called:
Adolescents who have a strong relationship with their nonresidential father tend to:
A) act out more against their mothers and other family members.
B) have the same behavioral problems as other adolescents with parents living apart.
C) act out less at school.
D) have higher rates of truancy.