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Age, ethnicity, and socioeconomic patterns in early computer use: A national survey
Calvert, Sandra L., 2005
American Behavioral Scientist, 48(5), 590-607

A study of computer use patterns in children 6 months to 6 years of age focusing on the influences of age, gender, ethnicity, income, parental education, and family structure and the relationship between computer screen time and reading skills

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The East German child care system: Associations with caretaking and caretaking beliefs, and children's early attachment and adjustment
Ahnert, Lieselotte, 2001
American Behavioral Scientist, 44(11), 1843-1863

An examination of the developing East German child care system questioning if sociopolitical changes adversely affected children's early development and attachments

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Infants' and toddlers' television viewing and language outcomes
Linebarger, Deborah L., 2005
American Behavioral Scientist, 48(5), 505-522

A longitudinal study of the development of communicative behaviors of infants and toddlers as a result of interactions in both the home and child care setting, including an investigation of the association between linguistic inputs, in the form of televised messages, and infants’ and toddlers’ communicative ability

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