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Lecture 14

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Psychology
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PSYCH 3AG3
Professor
Walter Peace

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Psych 3AG3 lecture 14 Oct222013Parents and GrandparentsDecisionsWhy have childrenSlide 3 Data from Canadian censusHigh percentage of people who are still living at homeoNote samesex couples with children not much different than 2001oHigh percentage of people with children in the home and also 2011 census gives us same sex parent vs opposite sex couples in turns of the number who have children at homeoThere are far more same sex couples who have no children in the home than there are with children at home oOnly about 10 same sex couple have child under 24 in the home in contrast for opposite sex couple roughly slightly more than 50 have children at homeoFar more same sex female couple with children in the home as there are male couples with children in the home oThese data are not much different from 2001 So even though dramatically increase in same sex marriage the number of children in home did not change muchDecisionsoEstimated 5050oOOPSSSDecreased emotional well beingMore depressive symptoms for dadsIssues with self efficacy and financial issues when happens despite of trying not to have children Less happiness for moms
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