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Child care and child development : results from the NICHD study of early child care and youth development

Author: NICHD Early Child Care Research Network.
Publisher: New York : Guilford Press, ©2005.
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"To understand the potential benefits and problems associated with early child care, the NICHD study followed a diverse group of more than a thousand children from infancy through the transition to school, assessing them in multiple domains over time. Taken together, the findings presented here yield major insights into how the type, amount, and quality of child care interact with family experiences, socioeconomic  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Longitudinal studies
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: NICHD Early Child Care Research Network.
ISBN: 1593851383 9781593851385 1593852878 9781593852870
OCLC Number: 56686341
Description: xx, 474 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Contents: I. Overview --
1. Nonmaternal care and family factors in early development : an overview of the NICHD study of early child care / NICHD Early Child Care Research Network --
II. Child care use and quality --
2. Child care in the first year of life / NICHD Early Child Care Research Network --
3. Characteristics of infant child care : factors contributing to positive caregiving / NICHD Early Child Care Research Network --
4. Child care characteristics of infants with and without special needs : comparisons and concerns / Cathryn L. Booth, Jean F. Kelly --
5. A new guide for evaluating child care quality / NICHD Early Child Care Research Network --
6. Characteristics and quality of child care for toddlers and preschoolers / NICHD Early Child Care Research Network --
III. Why consider family effects in a study of child care? --
7. Familial factors associated with the characteristics of nonmaternal care of infants / NICHD Early Child Care Research Network --
8. Before Head Start: income and ethnicity, family characteristics, child care experiences, and child development / NICHD Early Child Care Research Network --
9. Change in family income-to-needs matters more for children with less / Eric Dearing, Kathleen McCartney, Beck A. Taylor --
10. Chronicity of maternal depressive symptoms, maternal sensitivity, and child functioning at 36 months / NICHD Early Child Care Research Network --
11. The interaction of child care and family risk in relation to child development at 24 and 36 months / NICHD Early Child Care Research Network --
IV. Child care and health --
12. Child care and common communicable illnesses / NICHD Early Child Care Research Network --
13. Child care and common communicable illnesses in children ages 37-54 months / NICHD Early Child Care Research Network. V. Child care and mother-child relations --
14. The effects of infant child care on infant-mother attachment security / NICHD Early Child Care Research Network --
15. Child care and family predictors of preschool attachment and stability from infancy / NICHD Early Child Care Research Network --
16. Caregiver-mother partnership behavior and the quality of caregiver-child and mother-child interactions / Margaret Tresch Owen, Anne M. Ware, Bill Barfoot --
17. Child care and mother-child interaction in the first 3 years of life / NICHD Early Child Care Research Network --
18. Early child care and mother-child interaction from 36 months through first grade / NICHD Early Child Care Research Network --
VI. Child care and psychological development --
19. Early child care and self-control, compliance, and problem behavior at 24 and 36 months / NICHD Early Child Care Research Network --
20. Early child care and children's peer interaction at 24 and 36 months / NICHD Early Child Care Research Network --
21. Does amount of time spent in child care predict socioemotional adjustment during the transition to kindergarten? / NICHD Early Child Care Research Network --
22. The relation of child care to cognitive and language development / NICHD Early Child Care Research Network --
23. Does quality of child care affect child outcomes at age 4 1/2? / NICHD Early Child Care Research Network --
24. Child outcomes when child care center classes meet recommended standards for quality / NICHD Early Child Care Research Network --
25. Child care structure -> process -> outcome : direct and indirect effects of child care quality on young children's development / NICHD Early Child Care Research Network --
26. Early child care and children's development prior to school entry / NICHD Early Child Care Research Network --
VII. Effects of families on the development of children who are in child care --
27. Factors associated with fathers' caregiving activities and sensitivity with young children / NICHD Early Child Care Research Network --
28. Relations between family predictors and child outcomes : are they weaker for children with child care? / NICHD Early Child Care Research Network --
29. Families matter, even for kids in child care / NICHD Early Child Care Research Network --
VIII. Commentary --
30. Human developmental science serving children and families : contributions of the NICHD study of early child care / Sharon Landesman Ramey.
Responsibility: edited by the NICHD Early Child Care Research Network ; foreword by Duane F. Alexander.
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