Fagan, J., & Palm, G. (2004). Fathers and early childhood programs. Clifton Park, NY: Delmar Publishing.
Fagan, J., & Hawkins, A.J. (Eds.) (2001). Clinical and educational interventions with fathers. New York: Haworth.
Recent peer reviewed journal articles and book chapters
. Fagan, J. (in press). A review of how researchers have used theory to address research questions about fathers in three large data sets. Journal of Family Theory and Review.
. Fagan, J., & Lee, Y. (in press). Longitudinal associations among father's perception of coparenting, partner relationship quality, and paternal stress during early childhood. Family Process.
F. Fagan, J. (in press). Adolescent parents' partner conflict and parenting alliance, fathers' prenatal involvement, and fathers' engagement with infants. Journal of Family Issues. doi:10.1177/0192513X13491411
· Fagan, J., Day, R., Lamb, M., & Cabrera, N. (in press). Should researchers conceptualize fathering and mothering differently? Journal of Family Theory and Review.
· Fagan, J., & Lee, Y. (2013). Explaining the association between adolescent parenting and preschoolers’ school readiness: A risk perspective. Journal of Community Psychology, 41, 692-708.
· Fagan, J. (2013). Effects of divorce and cohabitation dissolution on preschoolers’ literacy. Journal of Family Issues. 34, 460-483. doi:10.1177/0192513X12445164.
· Palkovitz, R., Fagan, J. & Hull, J. (2013). Coparental considerations in understanding, researching and facilitating father involvement and children’s wellbeing. In N. Cabrera & C. Tamis-LaMonda (Eds.), Handbook of father involvement (2nd ed., pp. 202-219). NY: Routledge.
· Fagan, J. (2013). Foreword. In J. Pattnaik (Ed.), Father involvement in young children’s lives: A global analysis (pp. v-vii). New York: Springer.
· Fagan, J., & Cabrera (2012). Longitudinal and reciprocal associations between co-parenting conflict and father engagement. Journal of Family Psychology, 26, 1004-1011.
· Fagan, J., & Lee, Y. (2012). Effects of fathers' early risk and resilience on paternal engagement with 5-year-olds. Family Relations, 61, 878-892.
. Cabrera, N. J., Scott, M. E., Fagan, J., Steward-Streng, N., & Chen, N. (2012). Co-parenting in married and cohabiting families and children's school readiness: A mediational model. Family Process, 51, 307-324.
· Lee, Y, Fagan, J., & Chen, W-Y. (2012). Do late adolescent fathers have more depressive symptoms than older fathers? Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 41(10), 1366-1381.
· Fagan, J., & Lee, Y. (2012). Effects of fathers' and mothers' cognitive stimulation and household income on toddlers' cognition: Variations by family structure and child risk. Fathering, 10, 14-158.
· Icard, L.D, DiLorio, C., & Fagan, J. (2011). Fathers and HIV/AIDS: A missing factor in developing interventions but not in the lives of their children. Families and HIV/AIDS: Culture and contextual issues in prevention and treatment (pp. 135-152). New York: Springer.
· Fagan, J. (2011). Adolescent fathers. In R. Levesque (Ed.), Encyclopedia of adolescence. New York: Springer Publishing.
· Cabrera, N.J., Fagan, J., Wight, V., & Schadler, C. (2011). The influence of mother, father, and child risk on parenting and children’s cognitive and social behaviors. Child Development, 82, 1985-2005.
· Fagan, J. (2011). Effect on preschoolers’ literacy when never married mothers get married. Journal of Marriage and Family, 73, 1-14.
· Fagan, J., & Palkovitz, R. (2011). Coparenting and relationship quality effects on father engagement: Variations by residence, romance. Journal of Marriage and Family, 73, 637-653.
· Fagan, J., & Lee, Y. (2011). Do coparenting and social support have a greater effect on adolescent fathers than adult fathers? Family Relations, 60, 247-258.
· Fagan, J., Lee, Y., Palkovitz, R., & Cabrera, N. (2011). Mediators of the relationship between stable nonresident households and toddler outcomes. Journal of Family Issues, 32, 1543-1568.
· Farrie, D., Lee, Y., & Fagan, J. (2011). The effect of cumulative risk on paternal engagement: Examining differences among adolescent and older couples. Youth and Society, 43, 90-117.
· Fagan, J., & Lee, Y. (2010). Perceptions and satisfaction with father involvement and adolescent mothers´ postpartum depressive symptoms. Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 39, 1109-1121.
· Laughlin, L., Farrie, D., Fagan, J. (2009). Father involvement with children following marital and non-marital separations. Fathering, 7, 226-248.
· Fagan, J., Palkovitz, R., Roy, K., & Farrie, D. (2009). Pathways to paternal engagement: Longitudinal effects of cumulative risk and resilience on nonresident fathers. Developmental Psychology, 45, 1389-1405.
· Fagan, J. (2009). Relationship quality and changes in depressive symptoms among urban married African Americans, Hispanics, and Whites. Family Relations, 58, 259-274.
· Cabrera, N., Fagan, J., & Farrie, D. (2008). Explaining the long reach of fathers´ prenatal involvement on later paternal engagement with children. Journal of Marriage and Family, 70, 1094-1107.
· Cabrera, N., Fagan, J., & Farrie, D. (2008). Rejoinder: Why should we encourage unmarried fathers to be prenatally involved? Journal of Marriage and Family, 70, 1118-1121.
· Palm, G., & Fagan, J. (2008). Father involvement in early childhood programs: Review of the literature. Early Child Development and Care, 178, 745-759.
· Fagan, J., & Press, J. (2008). Father influences on employed mothers´ work-family balance. Journal of Family Issues, 29, 1136-1160.
· Fagan, J. (2008). Randomized study of a prebirth coparenting intervention with adolescent and young fathers. Family Relations, 57, 309-323.
· Fagan, J., & Farrie, D. (2008). Fatherhood. In D. Carr (Ed.), Encyclopedia of the life course and human development (pp. 138-144). Florence, KY: Gale/Cengage Learning.
· Fagan, J. (2008). Fathering programs and community services. In A.R. Roberts (Ed.), Social workers´ desk reference (2nd ed., pp. 918-922). New York: Oxford University Press.
· Fagan, J. (2007). Research on children´s environmental programmatic efforts pertaining to fatherhood. Applied Developmental Science (Special Issue: Proceedings of the National Fatherhood Forum: Understanding the Impact of Fathers on Child Development), 11, 260-265.
· Fagan, J., & Palkovitz, R. (2007). Unmarried, nonresident fathers´ involvement with their infants: A risk and resilience perspective. Journal of Family Psychology, 21.
· Fagan, J., Schmitz, M., & Lloyd, J. (2007). The relationship between adolescent and young fathers´ capital and marital plans of couples expecting a baby. Family Relations, 56, 231-243.
· Fagan, J., Bernd, E., & Whiteman, V. (2007). Adolescent fathers´ parenting stress, social support, and involvement with infants. Journal of Research on Adolescence, 17, 1-22.
· Fagan, J. (2007). Foreword. In S. E. Brotherson & J. M. White (Eds.), Why fathers count: The importance of fathers and their involvement with children. Harriman, Tennessee: Men´s Studies Press.
· Press, J., & Fagan, J. (2006). Spouse/partner involvement in childcare and perceptions of spouse/partner support for paid work. Journal of Family and Economic Issues, 27, 354-374.
· Press, J., Fagan, J., & Bernd, E. (2006). Child care, work, and depressive symptoms among low-income mothers. Journal of Family Issues, 27, 609-632.
· Press, J., Fagan, J., & Laughlin, L. (2006). Taking pressure off families: Child-care subsidies lessen mothers´ work-hour problems. Journal of Marriage and Family, 68, 155-171.