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Washington Valora, Oyemade Ura Jean, 1985
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A discussion of Project Head Start and the families and communities it serves, particularly their changing trends and the challenges this poses to the Head Start program
Easterbrooks M. Ann, Goldberg Wendy A., 1984
Reports & Papers
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A study of the quantitative and qualitative impacts of fathering and the relationships between parenting characteristics, father involvement in child rearing, and child adaptation; the sample population was 75 toddlers and their parents, with data…
Yeates Keith Owen, Ramey Craig T., MacPhee David, Campbell Frances A., 1983
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
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
Reports & Papers
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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)
Turner Pauline H., Smith Robert M., 1983
Reports & Papers
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A study of assessing the child care needs, attitudes, and practices of 252 single parent households that varied in family income, educational level and number and ages of dependent children
Lehrer Evelyn, 1983
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A study of two-earner households' child care decisions, presenting evidence that economic and demographic variables are important determinants of the type of child care such households utilize
Hurst Marsha, Zambrana Ruth E., 1982
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A study of urban Puerto Rican mothers? cultural attitudes towards child care, including their influence on child care arrangements, mothering attitudes, the family support system that surrounds them, and their impact on mothers? participation in the…
Morgan James N., 1981
Reports & Papers
A study of the factors that influence employed parents' selection of specific types of child care
Adams Judith L., Ramey Craig T., 1980
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A longitudinal study on the impact of maternal education level and verbal syntax on infants at risk for developmental disabilities
Gallagher James J., Haskins Ron, Farran Dale Clark, 1979
Reports & Papers
A discussion of poverty and its effects on children and families, and what types of new research is required from social scientists concerned with poverty to generate effective policy recommendations for helping disadvantaged families
Ramey Craig T., Campbell Frances A., 1979
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
Results from an assessment concerning parental attitudes among low-income, black mothers whose infants are high-risk for cultural-social retardation
Ramey Craig T., Farran Dale Clark, Campbell Frances A., 1979
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A longitudinal study on the effects of preschool intervention on the IQ of high risk children and mother-child relationships
Duncan Greg J., Hill C. Russell, 1977
Reports & Papers
An examination of the relationship between a family?s socioeconomic status and their use of formal child care, using data from the 1974 wave of the Panel Study of Income Dynamics
Duncan Greg J., 1974
Reports & Papers
A longitudinal study of the relationship of parental characteristics, children characteristics, and environmental factors on children?s educational attainment, focusing on the characteristics and factors of parental income, cognitive skills, and…
Hill C. Russell, Stafford Frank P., 1974
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A study of the relationships among child and parent interaction time, child and family characteristics and child cognitive and social development