This important work presents the results of the most comprehensive scientific study to date of early child care and its relation to child development. In one volume, a critical selection of material from the most salient journal articles is brought together with new overviews and a concluding commentary. Provided is a wealth of authoritative information about the ways in which nonmaternal care is linked to health, psychological adjustment, and mother-child bonds in the first six years of life. The study addresses the full complexity of this vital issue, taking into account a range of family characteristics as well as the quality of child care experiences. An essential resource for developmentalists, early child care specialists, and educators, this volume offers compelling new perspectives on practice, policy, and research.National Child Care Staffing Study. Oakland, CA: Child Care Employee Project. Willett, J. B., Singer, J. D., aamp; Martin, N. C. (1998). The design and analysis of ... R. W., aamp;Johnson, M. B. (1990). Tests ofachievement, WJaR examinera#39;s manual.
|Title||:||Child Care and Child Development|
|Author||:||NICHD Early Child Care Research Network|
|Publisher||:||Guilford Press - 2005|