Documentation status and parental concerns about development in young US children of Mexican origin.

@article{Ortega2009DocumentationSA,
  title={Documentation status and parental concerns about development in young US children of Mexican origin.},
  author={Alexander N. Ortega and Sarah McCue Horwitz and Hai Fang and Alice A. Kuo and Steven P. Wallace and Moira Inkelas},
  journal={Academic pediatrics},
  year={2009},
  volume={9 4},
  pages={278-82}
}
OBJECTIVE To examine parent concerns about development, learning, and behavior for young children of Mexican origin, and to identify whether these reports differ by families' citizenship/documentation status. METHODS Data come from the 2005 California Health Interview Survey, a population-based random-digit dial telephone survey of California's noninstitutionalized population. California Health Inerview Survey (CHIS) investigators completed interviews of 43 020 households with a total of 5856… CONTINUE READING

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