The Impact Of Poverty On Infant Development: A Microanalytic Study Of The Mediating Role Of Parent-Child Interaction During Pretense

@inproceedings{Blackburn2016TheIO,
  title={The Impact Of Poverty On Infant Development: A Microanalytic Study Of The Mediating Role Of Parent-Child Interaction During Pretense},
  author={Erika Blackburn},
  year={2016}
}
THE IMPACT OF POVERTY ON INFANT DEVELOPMENT: A MICROANALYTIC STUDY OF THE MEDIATING ROLE OF PARENTCHILD INTERACTION DURING PRETENSE Erika Kathleen Blackburn, Ph.D. Cornell University 2016 Research suggests that poverty impacts cognitive development early, as an economic achievement gap is evident prior to entry into primary school. This study examined 95 lowand middle-income parent-child dyads micro-analytically to test for income related differences in patterns of parent-child interaction… CONTINUE READING

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