Researchers explore why our time perception alters and why we think our children are growing up faster than they actually are.
Expectant fathers with higher levels of brain activation and oxytocin later endorsed a more "child-led" empathetic style of parenting once their child was born.
A new study reports paternal anxiety is much higher than previously reported. Findings reveal anxiety in men during the perinatal period was 11%. Previous reports found anxiety in males during this period was under 4%.
Fathers who have more positive attitudes about their parenting abilities, and fatherhood in general, show differences in their brains to those who don't, researchers report.
According to researchers, dads who interact more with their children during the first few months of life have a positive impact on their baby's cognitive development.
Rejection from fathers may lead to an increased risk of social anxiety and loneliness in children and teens, a new study reports.
According to researchers, resources, relationships and parenting beliefs play key roles in how a father spends time with his children.
According to researchers, dads with toddler daughters are more responsive to their child's needs than fathers with toddler sons.
Some traditional masculine stereotypes, such as being adventurous and competitive, were linked to being better fathers to infant children. This is especially true if men also adopt a nurturing role. However, one trait, hostile sexism, was not linked to improvements in parenting skills.