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Boit Rachel, Conlin Dana, Barnes Amanda C., Hestenes Linda L., 2021
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed

Using Yosso’s community cultural wealth framework, this qualitative study explored the strengths families, a refugee agency and preschool program have as they support the educational needs of preschool-aged refugee children. Twelve semi-…

Encinger Amy Johnson, Kutaka Traci Shizu, Chernayavskiy Pavel, Acar Ibrahim H., Raikes Helen, November, 2020
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
Marginal food security is less studied relative to food insecurity but may also have adverse effects on family outcomes. The present study examined whether parental stress mediated the relationship between marginal food security (MFS) and preschool-…
Westerberg Diana, Newland Rebecca, Mendez Julia L., September, 2020
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
Caregivers are influential in young children's lives. As most children spend time in care outside of the home, it is critical to examine the interplay between parents and schools and how they influence children's development. The current study…
Baker Claire E., Brooks-Gunn Jeanne, Gouskova Natalia, Sept/Oct 2020
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
This study used longitudinal cross-lagged modeling to examine reciprocal relations between maternal depression and child behavior problems. Data were drawn from 3,119 children (40% Hispanic, 30% African American, 20% White, and 10% other) from the…
Swenson Emilie, Hawes Susy, September, 2020
Reports & Papers
The purpose of this project was to ascertain a more detailed understanding of parents’ views on developmental screenings and family, friend, and neighbor care for young children from immigrant, refugee, and/or asylee communities that speak either…
Rodel, Delaware Readiness Teams, July, 2020
Reports & Papers
More than 1,000 Delaware parents shared their thoughts on COVID-19, including appraisals of the just-concluded spring semester, as well as their concerns about returning to classrooms in the fall. Parents weighed in on topics ranging from childcare…
Molina Abigail Palmer, Palinkas Lawrence A., Monro William, Mennen Ferol E., July, 2020
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
Although providing depression treatment for Head Start mothers may improve child wellbeing, interventions have not been widely used for this purpose. This failure may be due to the characteristics of clients, interventions, or the systems of care in…
University of Oregon. Center for Translational Neuroscience. RAPID-EC Research Group, 16 June, 2020
Reports & Papers
In this week's post, we report that average family conflict rates have, indeed, significantly increased from pre-pandemic levels across families in our RAPID survey sample. The magnitude of these increases is the same across families, regardless of…
University of Oregon. Center for Translational Neuroscience. RAPID-EC Research Group, 02 June, 2020
Reports & Papers
Balancing work and family life can be challenging for households with young children. The pandemic has increased these difficulties. Our data suggest that many families are trying to fill the gaps created by loss of childcare by caring for their…
Molina Abigail Palmer, Palinkas Lawrence A., Monro William, Mennen Ferol E., April, 2020
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
Maternal depression poses a threat to the well-being of poor minority mothers and their young children, but significant disparities remain in the access and utilization of treatment among this population in the United States. Providing group…
Moore Kristin Anderson, Paschall Katherine W., Pina Gabriel, Anderson Samantha, April, 2020
Reports & Papers
Because families are the first nurturers and educators of their children, it is helpful for policymakers and other stakeholders to understand how family characteristics, the activities in which families engage, and their neighborhood circumstances…
Walker Allison, Malin Jenessa L., January, 2020
Fact Sheets & Briefs
This brief presents select characteristics of children and families served by Migrant and Seasonal Head Start (MSHS) programs (see Box 1) using data from the MSHS Study 2017 (see Box 2). This brief highlights child and family characteristics such as…
Hatch Virginia, Swerbenski Hannah, Gray Sarah A. O., 2020
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
Despite previous work demonstrating that an accumulation of maternal adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) is associated with negative health outcomes across generations, few studies have investigated protective factors beyond the parent– child dyad…
Ressler Robert, Ackert Elizabeth S., Ansari Arya, Crosnoe Robert, January, 2020
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
Mexican-origin families face complex ethnic and immigration-based barriers to enrollment in early childhood education programs. As such, reducing barriers to enrollment for this population requires a better understanding of how Mexican-origin…
Nicholson Juliann, Ha Yoonsook, 2020
Administration for Children and Families/OPRE Projects

This dissertation study draws from attachment theory and the risk and resilience model to conceptualize the potential benefits of stable, quality child care for children exposed to IPV. It also utilizes the social ecological framework and social…