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The study recruited 70 biological fathers (aged between 21 and 55) who had between one and four children, at least one of which was aged one or two years. Fathers’ "actual caregiving, and their desired levels of caregiving", were measured through mother- and father-reported questionnaires. These asked both parents to assess who had primary responsibility for 24 tasks using a five-point scale ranging from “mother almost always” to “father almost always”. These tasks included things such as “take the baby to preventative health care clinic,” “bathe baby,” and “attend to baby during night waking.” The scores were added up to give a "parental caregiving score".