Family day care: The role of the surrogate mother
|The role-specificity of mother-toddler interactions: The case of family day care providers and their own children||Reports & Papers|
|Custodial care, surrogate care, and coordinated care: Employed mothers and the meaning of child care||Reports & Papers|
|The stability of the family day care arrangement: A longitudinal study||Reports & Papers|
|Fathers' participation and evaluation of family day care||Reports & Papers|
|Stress levels of family day care providers, mothers employed outside the home, and mothers at home||Reports & Papers|
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