Recent clinical research studies published in international journal of evolution and human behavior from the University of Newcastle found that strong paternal involvement could help with children’s future career prospects.
Data concerning how much quality time parents spent with their kids was analysed from over 11,000 British men and women born in 1958.
The findings suggested that dads who were involved in activities with their children, such as reading them a bedtime story, were more likely to have a higher IQ.
The study, published under the journal of Evolution and Human Behavior, also believed it helped children to move up the ranks in their jobs later in life.
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