Early childhood research with Puerto Rican children, families, and programs: Building human services research partnerships in Puerto Rico
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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Building Human Service Research Partnerships in Puerto Rico (BHSRPPR)
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