The Evolving Father

How fatherhood differs across cultures and through time

An Inside View of Father’s Face

Most parent/child neurophysiology studies have focused on the effects of parents of young children viewing or listening to infants. A few recent studies turn that around and ask about the effects of adults viewing photos of their parents. What do these studies find? Read More

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Peter B. Gray, Ph.D., is an associate professor of anthropology at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. He is the coauthor of Fatherhood.

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