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Raikes Helen, Pan Barbara A., Luze Gayle J., Tamis-LeMonda Catherine S., Brooks-Gunn Jeanne, Constantine Jill, Tarullo Louisa B., Raikes H. Abigail, Rodriguez Eileen, July/August 2006
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
An investigation of the impact of mother-child book reading on low income young children's cognitive and language development as well as an examination of book reading in relation to the Early Head Start intervention using data from the Early Head…
Linebarger Deborah L., Taylor-Piotrowski Jessica L., 05 December, 2005
Reports & Papers
An inquiry into the influence of exposure to Bark Park Place on parents? reading practices with children, based on home visits with 13 families from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and Kansas City, Missouri
Egeland Byron, Englund Michelle M., Luckner Amy E., Whaley Gloria J. L., 2004
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A longitudinal study exploring the relationship between children's academic achievement and parents' involvement in their children's school experience, their expectations regarding their children's achievement, and quality of instruction prior to…
Pfannenstiel Judy C., Seitz Victoria, Zigler Edward F., 2003
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
An examination of the influence of the Parents as Teachers (PAT) Program on children?s school readiness, based on a sample of 2,375 Missouri kindergarteners, their parents, and their educators