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ABLE: A system for mental health screening and care for preschool children
Barbarin, Oscar, 2006
In B. T. Bowman & E. Moore (Eds.), School readiness and social-emotional development: Perspectives on cultural diversity (pp. 77-88). Washington, DC: National Black Child Development Institute

A proposal of a tool for the early detection of behavioral and emotional problems in special needs children

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Accessing and affording child care and low-income mothers' employment over time: An ecological approach
Shjegstad, Brinn, 2009
Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Iowa State University, Ames

A study of the influence of child problem behaviors and maternal risk factors on low-income mothersí ability to access and afford child care, an examination of family income as a mediator of the relationships between child problem behaviors, maternal risk factors and low-income mothersí ability to access and afford child care, and an examination of the relationships between low-income mothersí ability to access and afford child care and family income, child problem behaviors, maternal risk factors, and ability to obtain and maintain employment

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Addressing disruptive behaviors in the preschool classroom: An adaptation of Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) for Head Start teachers
Collett, Brent R., 2002
Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Utah State University, Logan

A study describing the development, implementation, and evaluation of an early intervention program designed to improve teaching strategies and practices for Head Start children with behavioral problems

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Addressing social-emotional development and infant mental health in early childhood systems
Zeanah, Paula D., 2005
(Building State Early Childhood Comprehensive Systems Series No. 12). University of California, Los Angeles, National Center for Infant and Early Childhood Health Policy.

A policy report addressing several issues associated with infant mental health (IMH), including organization; delivery of services; and funding and training opportunities

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The affective bond between preschool aged children and mentors
Moffatt, Michael J., 1997
Unpublished doctoral dissertation, New School University, New York

A study on the effects of mentoring relationships on preschool age childrenís behavior within the context of Head Start programs

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African American and Puerto Rican American parenting styles, paternal involvement, and Head Start children's social competence
Fagan, Jay, 2000
Merrill-Palmer Quarterly, 46(4), 592-612

A comparison of African-American and Puerto Rican-American parenting styles and paternal involvement, and an examination of the relationship of motherís and fatherís parenting styles and child care involvement on Head Start participating childrenís social competence

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Aggression: Is it stimulated by daycare?
Finkelstein, Neal W., 1982
Young Children, 37(1), 3-9

A description of the child care program, Carolina Abecadarian Project, and its effective social development remedies on aggressive peer interactions

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Alabama PK expulsion fact sheet
Gilliam, Walter S., 2005
New York: Foundation for Child Development.

A fact sheet detailing statistics on Alabama's preschool children, including comparing the state's expulsion rate with the nation's expulsion rate

Fact Sheets & Briefs


Alaska PK expulsion fact sheet
Gilliam, Walter S., 2005
New York: Foundation for Child Development.

A statistical fact sheet on the expulsion rate of the Alaska State Funded Head Start program as compared with the national expulsion rate for state funded preschools

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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 infantsí social interactions and relationships with alternative caregivers in child care

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Antecedents and correlates of the popular-aggressive phenomenon in elementary school
Rodkin, Philip C., May/June 2010
Early Child Development and Care, 81(3), 837-850

A study of the relationship between popular-aggressive behavior in grades 3 through 6 and cognitive functioning, maternal sensitivity, and participation in child care through age 4.5 from a secondary analysis of data from 1022 children

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Are children ready for school?: Assessment of kindergarten readiness in San Mateo and Santa Clara Counties: Special issue report on self-regulation
Santa Clara County Partnership for School Readiness, 2006
San Jose, CA: Santa Clara County Partnership for School Readiness.

Findings from a study of school readiness in San Mateo and Santa Clara Counties, California, that focus particularly on the importance that early childhood education and kindergarten teachers place on self-regulation for children's school readiness

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Are we leaving them behind?: The case for helping childcare providers and parents address behavioral problems in very young children
Jewish Healthcare Foundation, 2002
Pittsburgh, PA: University of Pittsburgh, School of Education, Office of Child Development.

A study of the status of behavioral health services available to children from birth to age five in early care and education settings in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania

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Arizona PK expulsion fact sheet
Gilliam, Walter S., 2005
New York: Foundation for Child Development.

A statistical fact sheet on the expulsion rate of the Arizona Early Childhood State Block Grant program as compared with the national expulsion rate for state funded preschools

Fact Sheets & Briefs


Arkansas PK expulsion fact sheet
Gilliam, Walter S., 2005
New York: Foundation for Child Development.

A statistical fact sheet on the expulsion rate of the Arkansas Better Chance program, as compared with the national expulsion rate for state funded preschools

Fact Sheets & Briefs


Assessing bullying: A guide for out-of-school time program practitioners
Sidorowicz, Kathleen, October, 2009
(Publication No. 2009-42). Washington, DC: Child Trends.

An examination of bullying behavior and practices that out-of-school time programs can engage in to reduce bullying

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Assessing integration in early childhood education: Clique analysis of social interactions
Storey, Keith, May 1995
Education and Treatment of Children, 18(2), 158-183

A study of social interactions amongst preschool students using clique analysis methodology, the analysis depicting social structures and grouping patterns reflecting levels of social integration, with data collected through training and observation sessions of a elementary classroom of 17 students and 3 adults

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Assessing peer conflict and aggressive behaviors: A guide for out-of-school time program practitioners
Sidorowicz, Kathleen, October, 2009
(Publication No. 2009-43). Washington, DC: Child Trends.

An examination of peer conflict and aggressive behaviors and practices out-of-school time programs can engage in to reduce them

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Assessing preschoolers' self-regulation in homes and classrooms: Lessons from the field
McCabe, Lisa A., 2000
Behavioral Disorders, 26(1), 53-69

A pilot study of the Games As Measurement for Early Self-Control (GAMES) method for assessing preschool childrenís ability to control their attention span and inhibitions, based on a sample of 71 children in a Head Start program

Reports & Papers


Assessing self-regulation: A guide for out-of-school time program practitioners
Bandy, Tawana, October, 2010
(Publication No. 2010-23). Washington, DC: Child Trends.

A discussion of self-regulation and role out-of-school time programs can play in measuring and building the capacity for self-regulation among children and youth

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Assessing social competence in early childhood
Atkins-Burnett, Sally, 1997
In B. Spodek & O.N. Saracho (Eds.), Issues in early childhood educational assessment and evaluation (Vol. 7, pp. 149-178). New York: Teachers College Press

A discussion of the definition of social competence and its importance for young children, and a summary of the various instruments use to measure social competence throughout early childhood years

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Assessing stress in children and youth: A guide for out-of-school time program practitioners
Terzian, Mary, October, 2010
(Publication No. 2010-22). Washington, DC: Child Trends.

A discussion of stress and the role out-of-school time programs can play in measuring and reducing stress among children and youth

Fact Sheets & Briefs


Assessment of quality preschool programming
Williams, Jessica Carfolite, 2010
Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of South Carolina, Columbia

A study of the associations between classroom quality and both children's behavioral and language development, based on data collected from a random sample of 126 children from 50 South Carolina preschools

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Assessments of learning-related skills and interpersonal skills constructs within early childhood environments in Singapore
Lim, Sok Mui, July/August 2010
Infant and Child Development, 19(4), 366-384

A validity study of learning related and interpersonal skills constructs of two instruments based on 21 teacher ratings of 117 3- through 6-year-olds in Singapore

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Babies and young children in nurseries: Using psychoanalytic ideas to explore tasks and interactions
Elfer, Peter, March 2007
Children & Society, 21(2), 111-122

An application of theories from psychoanalysis in a conceptual framework for emotional interactions in the nursery based on data from a study of 6 nurseries

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