Alan J. Hawkins regularly links together related areas like Psychological intervention in his Nursing studies. His research on Psychological intervention frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Nursing. In his papers, he integrates diverse fields, such as Polymerization and Polymer. Borrowing concepts from Polymerization, he weaves in ideas under Polymer. He regularly links together related areas like Catalysis in his Selectivity studies. His study connects Selectivity and Catalysis. His Qualitative inorganic analysis study frequently involves adjacent topics like Aqueous solution. His Qualitative inorganic analysis research extends to the thematically linked field of Aqueous solution. His work blends Inorganic chemistry and Ion studies together.
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Maternal Gatekeeping: Mothers' Beliefs and Behaviors That Inhibit Greater Father Involvement in Family Work
Sarah M. Allen;Alan J. Hawkins.
Journal of Marriage and Family (1999)
Finding an Extra Day a Week: The Positive Influence of Perceived Job Flexibility on Work and Family Life Balance*
E. Jeffrey Hill;Alan J. Hawkins;Maria Ferris;Michelle Weitzman.
Family Relations (2001)
Does marriage and relationship education work? A meta-analytic study.
Alan J. Hawkins;Victoria L. Blanchard;Scott A. Baldwin;Elizabeth B. Fawcett.
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology (2008)
A cross‐cultural test of the work‐family interface in 48 countries
E. Jeffrey Hill;Chongming Yang;Alan J. Hawkins;Maria Ferris.
Journal of Marriage and Family (2004)
The Inventory of Father Involvement: A Pilot Study of a New Measure of Father Involvement:
Alan J. Hawkins;Kay P. Bradford;Rob Palkovitz;Shawn L. Christiansen.
The Journal of Men's Studies (2002)
Investigating the effects of marriage and relationship education on couples' communication skills: a meta-analytic study.
Victoria L. Blanchard;Alan J. Hawkins;Scott A. Baldwin;Elizabeth B. Fawcett.
Journal of Family Psychology (2009)
Work and family in the virtual office: Perceived influences of mobile telework.
E. Jeffrey Hill;Alan J. Hawkins;Brent C. Miller.
Family Relations (1996)
Generative fathering : beyond deficit perspectives
Alan J. Hawkins;David C. Dollahite;John Snarey.
Beyond Ticks and Clicks: The Need for More Diverse and Broader Conceptualizations and Measures of Father Involvement
Alan J. Hawkins;Rob Palkovitz.
The Journal of Men's Studies (1999)
Rethinking Fathers' Involvement in Child Care A Developmental Perspective
Alan J. Hawkins;Shawn L. Christiansen;Kathryn Pond Sargent;E. Jeffrey Hill.
Journal of Family Issues (1993)
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