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Allegiances or attachments: Relationships among infants and their daycare teachers
Farran, Dale, 1984
In R. Ainslie (Ed.), The child and the daycare setting: Qualitative variations and development (pp. 133-158). New York: Praeger Publishers

A study of infants’ social interactions and relationships with alternative caregivers in child care

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Child health and academic achievement among former Head Start children
Spernak, Stephanie M., October 2006
Children and Youth Services Review, 28(10), 1251-1261

A longitudinal analysis of the impact of general and mental health status on the academic achievement scores of former Head Start students in kindergarten and third grade

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Cognitive and school outcomes for high-risk African-American students at middle adolescence: Positive effects of early intervention
Campbell, Frances A., 1995
American Educational Research Journal, 32(4), 743-772

A study of the long-term positive cognitive and social outcomes of low-income, primarily African American, adolescents in an early childhood educational intervention program

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Compensatory education for disadvantaged children
Ramey, Craig T., 1982
In J. Belsky (Ed.), In the beginning: Readings in infancy (pp. 259-269). New York: Columbia University Press

A review of the early intervention program, the Carolina Abecedarian Project, regarding the social and intellectual development of low-income, predominately African American students

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Early day care, infant-mother attachment, and maternal responsiveness in the infants' first year
Burchinal, Margaret, 1992
Early Childhood Research Quarterly, 7(2), 383-396

A longitudinal study on the impact of non maternal child care on mother-child relationships and infants’ insecure maternal attachments

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Mental health and special education outcomes of Head Start children followed into elementary school
Redden, Sandra Cluett, 2003
NHSA Dialog, 6(1), 87-110

Highlights of a longitudinal study examining issues in identifying mental health and special education needs for Head Start children entering elementary school, based on a sample of 7,515 children participating in the National Head Start Early Childhood Transition Study from 30 Head Start centers across the United States

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Modeling intraindividual changes in children's social skills at home and at school: A multivariate latent growth approach to understanding between-settings differences in children's social skill development
Chan, David, 2000
Multivariate Behavioral Research, 35(3), 365-396

A longitudinal inquiry into the intraindividual development of children’s social skills at home and in school, based on a sample of 378 children from the National Transition Demonstration Project, assessed using surveys taken from kindergarten until third grade

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Preventing intellectual and interactional sequelae of fetal malnutrition: A longitudinal, transactional, and synergistic approach to development
Zeskind, Philip Sanford, 1981
Child Development, 52(1), 213-218

The results of a natural experiment concerning the effects of intellectual, behavioral, and social-interactional development on fetally malnourished infants through ages 3 to 24 months in a supportive and nonsupportive caregiving environments

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Social and intellectual consequences of daycare for high-risk infants
Ramey, Craig T., 1977
In R. Webb (Ed.), Social development in childhood: Day-care programs and research from the Hyman Blumberg Symposium on Research in Early Childhood Education (pp. 79-110). Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press

A study of the social and intellectual consequences of child care that begin the first quarter of the first year of life in high-risk infants from the Carolina Abecedarian Project

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Social behavior of infants and toddlers in a day-care environment
Finkelstein, Neal W., 1978
Developmental Psychology, 14(3), 257-262

An investigation of children’s social experiences to changes in social behavior as a function of age in a child care setting

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