Jessica Pearson is a co-author of Self-perceived Coparenting of Nonresident Fathers: Scale Development and Validation, a new publication in family Process. This study reports on the development and validation of the... read more →
For two decades, the current Kempe Center faculty have been supporting the implementation of innovation in systems and communities that work with vulnerable children, youth and families. Three of these... read more →
CPR director, Dr. Jessica Pearson, presented at the inaugural Pennsylvania gathering for father, child, and family advocates, Child Well-Being in Pennsylvania and the Urgent Need for Father Involvement, in Harrisburg,... read more →
CPR economist/research associate, Jane Venohr, will be presenting on Monday, August 13 from 1:45-3pm at the NCSEA Leadership Symposium in Pittsburg. Dr. Venohr, who also chairs the NCSEA Research Committee,... read more →
The purpose of an outcome evaluation is fairly straightforward. Conducting a rigorous outcome evaluation is not easy. Understanding the need for it is: Your funders, colleagues, and staff want to... read more →
Although engagement measures exist for resident fathers, they have not been validated for nonresident fathers. Without valid and reliable measures, research on and programs for these fathers are limited in... read more →
Jessica Pearson and colleagues publish fatherhood and co-parenting research study in Family Process. For more information click here.