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Early childhood research with Puerto Rican children, families, and programs: Building human services research partnerships in Puerto Rico

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This report analytically reviews the literature presented in an accompanying bibliography, entitled Annotated Bibliography on Early Childhood Research with Puerto Rican Children, Families, and Programs (Barrueco, Davis, & Agosto, 2014). The bibliography identified and summarized pertinent early childhood research that has been conducted with the Puerto Rican community on the mainland and the island. The topics covered a wide range of topics, such as infant, toddler, and preschool development; health, linguistic, and cognitive development; parenting practices; programmatic influences; and more. (author abstract)

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