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Ramey Craig T., Bryant Donna M., Sparling Joseph, Wasik Barbara H., 1985
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A study on the effects of early intervention education on the intellectual development of high-risk infants
Ramey Craig T., Campbell Frances A., 1984
Reports & Papers
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An article on the effects of the Abecedarian Project, a comprehensive early intervention for at-risk children, on cognitive development from birth to 54 months.
Edwards Carolyn Pope, 1984
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Two studies determining preschool children?s use of age group labels and categories; the first examining spontaneous labels for photographs and dolls representing the lifespan, and the second a photograph-sorting task exploring the points of…
Yeates Keith Owen, Ramey Craig T., MacPhee David, Campbell Frances A., 1983
Reports & Papers
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A longitudinal study of the impact of maternal Intelligence Quotient and home environment on intellectual performance in developmentally at-risk children from birth to four years
Slaughter-Defoe Diana, 1983
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A 2-year study of the social and cultural attitudes and behaviors of lower-income black mothers and its effects on the intellectual development of their children (18-44 months)
Lazar Irving, Darlington Richard, 1982
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Analysis of longitudinal data on the long-term role of early child care and education on cognitive development in children from socioeconomically disadvantaged families
Vernon-Feagans Lynne, 1982
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A study of the demands and mismatch between the use of language in the community and the use of language required in the classroom for children of different social and cultural backgrounds
McGinness Gael D., 1982
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A review of the history of compensatory preschool intervention and evaluation with a focus on intellectual and language development
Ramey Craig T., Campbell Frances A., 1982
Reports & Papers
A review of the early intervention program, the Carolina Abecedarian Project, regarding the social and intellectual development of low-income, predominately African American students
Ramey Craig T., McGinness Gael D., Cross Lee, Collier Albert M., Barrie-Blackley Sandie, 1982
Reports & Papers
A description of the educational environment set up for the disadvantaged preschooler by the Carolina Abecedarian Project to aid achievement of educational competence
Zigler Edward F., Abelson Willa D., Trickett Penelope K., Seitz Victoria, 1982
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A study examining motivational and formal cognitive determinants in IQ testing of Head Start children
Zeskind Philip Sanford, Ramey Craig T., 1981
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The results of a natural experiment concerning the effects of intellectual, behavioral, and social-interactional development on fetally malnourished infants through ages 3 to 24 months in a supportive and nonsupportive caregiving environments
Ramey Craig T., Gowen Jean W., 1980
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A discussion of three longitudinal studies exploring demographics and family predictors of developmental disabilities and the impact of early intervention programs on preventing developmental disabilities
Watts Jean Carew, Clarke-Stewart K. Alison, 1980
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Results from two observational studies on the intellectual and language development of young children at home and in child care
Ramey Craig T., Farran Dale Clark, Campbell Frances A., 1979
Reports & Papers
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A longitudinal study on the effects of preschool intervention on the IQ of high risk children and mother-child relationships