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Babies, television and videos: How did we get here?
Wartella, Ellen, June 2010
Developmental Review, 30(2), 116-127

An overview of selected research on babies' use of television since the 1950s, the increase in screen media for babies, evidence of educational benefits of educational television for preschoolers, and parental beliefs about educational media

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Is early, high-quality daycare an asset for the children of low-income, depressed mothers?
Papero, Anna L., 2005
Developmental Review, 25(2), 181-211

A review of literature related to child development, poverty, and maternal depression, examining the role of early intervention in the cognitive and social development of children of low income depressed women

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Why and how working women choose child care: A review with a focus on infancy
Pungello, Elizabeth Puhn, 1999
Developmental Review, 19(1), 31-96

A review of literature on the child care choices of working mothers with infants, contextualized within a theoretical model of maternal child care selection

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