Home Observation for Measurement of the Environment

Resource Type: Instruments
Author(s): Caldwell, Bettye M.; Bradley, Robert H.;
Date Issued: 1984
Publisher(s): University of Arkansas at Little Rock
Description: A measure used to identify sources of stimulation in children's home environments that foster cognitive development
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Alernative Title: HOME
Source: Little Rock: University of Arkansas at Little Rock
Note: Materials for administering and scoring the Home Observation for Measurement of the Environment (HOME) can be purchased from http://www.ualr.edu/%7ecrtldept/home4.htm
Topics: Research & Evaluation Methods > Measures
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