Mother Bodies, Father Bodies: How Parenthood Changes Us from the Inside Out

Mother Bodies, Father Bodies: How Parenthood Changes Us from the Inside Out

Kathleen Kovner Kline and W. Bradford Wilcox
Principal Investigators

2014 - 68 pages

Leading scholars from the natural and social sciences explore what it means to be a mother or a father in the 21st century. They investigate whether mothers and fathers experience parenthood in the same ways. They posit whether parenting is just something some of us do, or does it go deeper? Among their ten findings are the surprising ways in which a male's body is impacted by becoming a parent – changes that solidify as males spend time with their mate and child.

Subjects: Parenthood, Family

More by: Kathleen Kovner Kline and W. Bradford Wilcox

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