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Maternal and paternal stress in families with school-aged children with disabilities.
This study examined stress factors in families with a school-aged child with a disability. Path analyses revealed that children's demandingness and neediness for care was related more to maternalExpand
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Supporting men as fathers, caregivers, and educators
A review of research on fathering and research on men employed in work with young children in centers and in elementary schools emphasises the importance of positive male engagement with youngExpand
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Taiwanese mothers’ beliefs about reading aloud with preschoolers: findings from the parent reading belief inventory
In this study we adapted DeBaryshe and Binder’s Parent Reading Belief Inventory (PRBI) with middle‐class, well‐educated (M = 14–15 years of education) Taiwanese mothers to find what their beliefsExpand
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Stress and coping in children: I.
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Parent Involvement in Early Childhood Education
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Oral language development
Language is a fantastic gift: it empowers humans to create new ways of speaking with, for and to others about any topic or experience. Language is a rule-governed, meaningful communication system. ItExpand
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Effect of iron therapy on behavior performance in nonanemic, iron-deficient infants.
In an effort to determine whether iron deficiency, in the absence of anemia (hemoglobin greater than 11.0 g/dL), might produce alterations in behavioral development, four groups of nonanemic infants,Expand
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Little Kids, Big Worries: Stress-Busting Tips for Early Childhood Classrooms
In a Nutshell - This book describes the way stress manifests in children's lives and presents strategies to teachers and childcare providers for alleviating those stresses. It is designed to helpExpand
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Which Counts More for Excellence in Childcare Staff: Years in Service, Education Level or ECE Coursework?.
A sample of 81 caregivers in 24 urban centers was observed in interactions with preschool children three‐to‐five years old, in domains of positive and negative socioemotional inputs, languageExpand
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