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Understanding Head Start children's problem behaviors in the context of arrest or incarceration of household members

Description:
A comparison of aggression, hyperactivity, and withdrawn behaviors in groups of children living in households where a member either had or had not been arrested or incarcerated, and an examination of the moderating influences of length of Head Start enrollment, parent involvement in kindergarten, and the use of spanking, from a secondary analysis of nationally representative data collected from families of Head Start children
Resource Type:
Reports & Papers
Country:
United States

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