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Obeng-Gyasi Emmanuel, Weinstein Melissa A., Hauser Jessica R., Obeng Cecilia Sem, September 2018
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed

Scholarship on child health indicates that the early years of life are vital for all aspects of health and development. In particular, a solid health foundation predicts good life outcomes; therefore, systematic strategies for combating diseases…

Obeng Cecilia Sem, August 2010
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A study of teachers' views of gun safety education in the preschool and elementary years based on questionnaire responses of 150 public and private school teachers in preschools and elementary schools in 2 counties of a Midwestern state
Obeng Cecilia Sem, January-March 2010
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A survey of health-related physical activity in preschools from questionnaire responses of 112 teachers in 40 preschool classrooms in south-central Indiana
Obeng Cecilia Sem, August 2008
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A study of the prevalence of various health and cleanliness-related activities in the preschool classroom, based on a survey of 112 preschool teachers
Obeng Cecilia Sem, February 2007
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
An interview-based examination of how African immigrant parents of preschool children select care for their children and the effects of their culture on this decision