Effects of public day-care: a longitudinal study.

  title={Effects of public day-care: a longitudinal study.},
  author={Bodil Andersson},
  journal={Child development},
  volume={60 4},
119 Swedish children were followed from their first year of life up to the age of 8. Most could be classified according to (a) type of day-care they had experienced during their first 7 years of life and (b) time of first entrance into day-care. At 8 years, the children were tested with aptitude tests and rated by their teachers on school performance and social and personal development. Hierarchical regression analyses and MANCOVAs were used in the statistical treatment. Time of entrance into… CONTINUE READING

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