Mothers of six cultures: antecedents of child rearing • John Wiley and Sons • New York • Published In • Pages: 164-175, 343-346 •
"In general, our hypothesis that mothers spend less time caring for their offspring when they have other people to help is confirmed . . ." (171)
Mothers' time spent taking care of babies significantly decreased with help from fathers and children but not from nonparental adults. Mothers' time spent taking care of children significantly increased with help from fathers and significantly decreased with help from nonparental adults.
|Pearson’s product-moment correlation||Partially supported||p<.05||UNKNOWN||UNKNOWN|