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Variation in home visiting over the first three years of life: Links to family characteristics, aspects of home visits, and child outcomes [Executive summary]


The present study examines: 1) differences in the patterns of visits over time, 2) whether child, maternal, and family variables are associated with these patterns, and 3) whether higher patterns of home visits are associated with greater treatment effects for child cognitive and behavioral outcomes, home environment, and for maternal coping, support, and depression. (author abstract)

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