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A study is presented of 67 first-time, low-income fathers' perceptions of their knowledge of the development and care of infants. Pregnant women from a low-risk and a high-risk pregnancy clinic helped to recruit their male partners into a prenatal program. The men were randomly assigned either to a control or experimental group. Interviews and measures provided data on family bactground, father attitudes toward infants, father perception of infants, father knowledge of when certain infantdoi:10.1080/0300443951110107 fatcat:ktgv4tzpwvgtlny635e7uxk7yy