Parents and Children Together
Problem: Disadvantaged parents read to their children much less than advantaged parents
Parents (N=169) were given electronic tablets with a large digital library that recorded parents reading to their child.
Treatment included goal-setting, reminders, feedback on goal achievement, and social reward.
The behavioral intervention doubled the time that parents read to their children over a 6-week period.
Almost all the benefit was to the most present-oriented parents.
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