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Linebarger Deborah L., Taylor-Piotrowski Jessica L., 29 August, 2006
Reports & Papers
An inquiry into the educational benefits of the television program Pinky Dinky Doo for low-income, based on a sample of 135 3- and 4-year-old children for a large, northeastern city who were randomly assigned to either a group that watched Pinky…
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
Linebarger Deborah L., Taylor-Piotrowski Jessica L., 17 August, 2005
Reports & Papers
An evaluation of children?s understanding and ease of use of the Bark Park Place computer program, based on self-assessments of a subsample of 63 children from a larger study on the Bark Park Place television series
Linebarger Deborah L., Taylor-Piotrowski Jessica L., 20 July, 2005
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A supplement to an evaluation of children?s understanding and ease of use of the Bark Park Place computer program providing criteria for grading responses to children's self-assessments