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Alaca Betul, Rocca Claudia, Maggi Stefania, July, 2017
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
The present study, guided by a child rights framework, aimed to gain insight into young children's perspectives of their communities and to explore the effectiveness of PhotoVoice methodology during this process. Thirty-two children aged three to…
Wagner Shannon L., Cepeda Ivan L., Krieger Dena, Maggi Stefania, D'Angiulli Amedeo, Weinberg Joanne, Grunau Ruth E., 2016
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
Child executive functions (cognitive flexibility, inhibitory control, working memory) are key to success in school. Cortisol, the primary stress hormone, is known to affect cognition; however, there is limited information about how child cortisol…
Wagner Shannon L., Forer Barry, Cepeda Ivan L., Goelman Hillel, Maggi Stefania, D'Angiulli Amedeo, Wessel Julie, Hertzman Clyde, Grunau Ruth E., February, 2013
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A study of the associations between the perceptions of work-related stress and the characteristics of child care personnel and their workplaces, based on the questionnaire responses of 69 early childhood workers in British Columbia, Canada
Maggi Stefania, Roberts William L., MacLennan David, D'Angiulli Amedeo, October, 2011
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A study of the association between child care center quality and rates of mental health problems in the populations of children at 24 child care centers in Kamloops, Vernon, and Merritt, British Columbia, Canada