Do time in child care and peer group exposure predict poor socioemotional adjustment in Norway?

Resource Type: Reports & Papers
Author(s): Solheim, Elisabet; Wichstrom, Lars; Belsky, Jay; Berg-Nielsen, Turid Suzanne;
Date Issued: September/October 2013
Description: A study of the relationship between socioemotional functioning and exposure to non-parental child care and large peer groups during the first 4.5 years of life, based on data from 935 young children with an average age of 55 months from Trondheim, Norway
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