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Identified factors associated with parenting stress among the parents of low birth weight children participating in a prospective longitudinal study. The child's development status and the quality of the infant-parent relationship contributed to early childhood parenting stress beyond the contribution of neonatal medical risk, which was a significant(More)
The prediction of early childhood attention problems was investigated prospectively within a sample of low birth weight children. Medical risk, temperament, quality of home environment, and developmental status were correlated with task measures of inattention and impulsivity; developmental status and quality of home environment were correlated with(More)
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