Topic: Nancy Hazen-Swann

Don't tug on super-mom's cape

March 31, 2010
More women lose pride in their motherly duties and think less of themselves when their husbands take over the household

Dads are changing diapers, cooking dinner and shopping for groceries more than ever these days as more women enter the work force. Although this may seem like a blessing for many overextended moms, helpful dads can hurt a woman's self-esteem, new research has found.

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From devotion to divorce, family scientists explore what makes parents tick

Oct. 13, 2008

Parentology: One of the most fascinating aspects of studying parenting, say professors Deborah Jacobvitz and Nancy Hazen-Swann, is observing how parents confront (or fail to confront) the legacies of their own childhoods.

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