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Monday, May 14, 2012

Free Infant Massage for Participants in an FSU Study on Fathers!



 What:         Free Infant Massage Demonstration for Fathers of Infants 0-5 months of age.

Where:       In the convenience of your own home.

When:        Scheduled

Why:          For the purposes of research on fathers who massage their infants.

Who:          M Kay Keller, a FSU (Florida State University) doctoral student is seeking first time fathers of infants, 0-5 months who would like to participate in a study exploring fathers who massage their infants.

Free infant massage demonstration for yourself and any other family members, mothers, siblings, grandparents, aunts/uncles, caregivers, significant others after the study is completed. 

If you are interested finding out the details and/or setting up a screening interview please contact me I would be happy to answer your questions.

Contact:     M Kay Keller
Telephone: (850) 264-7241
E-mail:       mkk5306@my.fsu.edu

1 comment:

  1. Research (Strengthening Couples Relationships for Optimal Child Development) tells that 90% of fathers are involved with the mother at the time of the baby's birth, this falls to less than 50% by the time the child is 4 or 5 years of age. In the last 100 years we have studied mother rats, monkeys and humans and neglected to provide a supportive framework for fathering...then we wonder why? Research now shows that fathers can, will and do step up to the plate when afforded the opportunity to do so. They of course are much more active and hands on with their children. Infant massage provides many benefits to the infant as research has already documented (Keller, Critical Review, 2010). Yet in the last 25 years of infant massage research there have only been two which focused on fathers massaging their infants. The results? Fathers spent more quality time with their babies AND babies initiated engagement with the fathers. Thus indicating they can and do actively participate in getting their needs met. This study will explore the experiences of fathers who massage their infants thus providing additional insight into father's and their perceptions of their infants. Very exciting to be provided this opportunity. It is only a three week commitment and when the study is over the entire family can learn to massage the baby, (mother, siblings, grandparents, etc). This class is a $125 value for parents FREE! (I know that all sound really boring....they train fun writing right out of us in research classes....really cools stuff though!)

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