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Adult attunement and child availability: Interaction of mother and caregiver with three-year-old Kibbutz children
Eshel, Yohanan, 2000
Infant Mental Health Journal, 21(6), 411-427

An investigation of adult attentiveness and intrusiveness in dyadic relations between children and their mothers and caregivers, in a sample of 33 three-year-old Kibbutz children in Israel

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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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Age-related changes in preschool children's systematic use of private speech in a natural setting
Winsler, Adam, 2000
Journal of Child Language, 27(3), 665-687

An into the situational use of self-talk by preschool students, based on observations of 14 three- and four-year-old children from two preschool classrooms in the southeastern United States

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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

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Behavior problems in African American boys and girls attending Head Start programs in violent neighborhoods
Randolph, Suzanne M., 2000
Early Education and Development, 11(3), 339-356

An examination of behavioral problems, and their severity, exhibited by African American children attending a Head Start program in a violent neighborhood, based on a sample of 312 mothers of Head Start children in the Washington, D.C.-metro area, who assessed their children using the Child Behavior Checklist (CBCL)

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The child's start in day care centre
Thyssen, Sven, 2000
Early Child Development and Care, 161(1), 33-46

An observational study of ten children's experiences during their first few months in child care

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Early child-care experiences and children's social competence between 1.5 and 15 years of age
Campbell, Jim, 2000
Applied Developmental Science, 4(3), 166-175

A longitudinal study on the role of early child care experiences in childrenís social development, based on a subsample of 52 children from the Goteborg Child Care study tracked from one-and-a-half to fifteen-years old

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Early childhood mental health services: A policy and systems development perspective
Knitzer, Jane, 2000
In Handbook of early childhood intervention (2nd ed. : pp. 416-438). New York: Cambridge University Press

An overview of practice, policy, research, and service delivery in the coordination of early childhood mental health services and early childhood programs

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Early identification and intervention: Head Start's response to mental health challenges
Lopez, Michael, 2000
Early Education and Development, 11(3), 265-282

An overview of the structure and purpose of Head Start, and a discussion of proposed and nascent initiatives to increase general understanding of and the availability of reliable research data on the types, trajectories, treatments and prevalence of mental health problems affecting young children served through the Program

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Emotional expressiveness during peer conflicts: A predictor of social maladjustment among high-risk preschoolers
Miller, Alison, 2000
Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology, 28(4), 339-352

A short-term longitudinal inquiry into the correlation between emotional processes and childrenís social functioning in preschool, based on a sample of 60 four- to five-year old children from eight Head Start classrooms

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Externalizing problems in Head Start children: An ecological exploration
Harden, Brenda Jones, 2000
Early Education and Development, 11(3), 357-385

An exploration of individual and ecological factors attributed to behavior problems in Head Start children, based on a sample of 155 low-income, African-American children enrolled in a Head Start program in a suburban county of Washington, D.C.

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Friendship and social competence in a sample of preschool children attending Head Start
Vaughn, Brian E., 2000
Developmental Psychology, 36(3), 326-338

A longitudinal exploration of the links between friendships and social competence of Head Start children, based on a sample of 471 children from 30 classrooms in six Head Start centers

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A good beginning: Sending America's children to school with the social and emotional competence they need to succeed
Child Mental Health Foundations and Agencies Network (FAN), 2000
Bethesda, MD: FAN, the Child Mental Health Foundations and Agencies Network.

An overview of research on social and emotional risk factors that predict adverse early childhood academic and behavior outcomes, with an examination of federal policies that aim to improve these outcomes and critical discussion of the disparities between available research and early education practices addressing these risk factors

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Indicators of children's adjustment to the first year of schooling
Margetts, Kay, 2000
Journal of Australian Research in Early Childhood Education, 7(1), 20-30

A search for portions of the Social Skills Rating System (SSRS) Teacher Form Elementary Level that can serve as indicators of successful school adjustment in an Australian context, based on data collected from 213 children at four primary schools across Melbourne

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Interpersonal problem solving in preschool and first grade: Developmental change and ecological validity
Youngstrom, Eric, 2000
Journal of Clinical Child Psychology, 29(4), 589-602

A longitudinal investigation into the correlation between interpersonal cognitive problem solving skills (ICPS), behavior problems and social competence, and developmental progress in children, based on a sample of 208 children in a Head Start center studied over 2 years, using the Preschool Interpersonal Problem Solving (PIPS) task

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Maternal depression symptomology, stress, and behavioral outcomes in children: A one-year longitudinal study
Hechtner, Tamara S., 2000
Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Iowa State University, Ames

An investigation into the influence of maternal depression on childrenís peer interactions and social skills, based on a surveyed sample of 122 families and their children

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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 childrenís 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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Parental involvement: Quantifying parent behavior and its influence on a child's readiness to learn
Carter, V. Yvonne, 2000
Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo

An investigation into the links between parentís behavior towards their children and childrenís lingual and social development, based on a sample of 42 Head Start student-parent groups

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Predictors of children's emotional distress in a mother-absent situation: Implications for caregiving research
O'Laughlin, Elizabeth M., 2000
The Journal of Genetic Psychology, 161(2), 235-252

An analysis of older and younger sibling distress predictors in a mother-absent situation, focusing on environmental, temperamental, individual and family factors

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Preschool aged girls exposed and non-exposed to domestic violence: Differences in behavior problems, play processes, and pretend themes
Berger, Wendy B., 2000
Unpublished doctoral dissertation, California School of Professional Psychology at Alameda, Alameda

An examination of the impact of exposure to domestic violence on the behavioral outcomes and play behaviors of preschool aged girls, based on a sample of 30 four-to five-year old girls attending a Head Start program in Northern California

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Preschool peer interactions and readiness to learn: Relationships between classroom peer play and learning behaviors and conduct
Coolahan, Kathleen Coyle, 2000
Journal of Educational Psychology, 92(3), 458-465

An inquiry into the role of peer play in the development of both learning and problem behaviors in children, based on a sample of 556 low-income children and 43 teachers from 14 Head Start centers in a northeastern city, evaluated using the Penn Interactive Peer Play Scale (PIPPS), and the Preschool Learning Behaviors Scale (PLBS) or the Conners Teacher Rating Scale (CTRS)

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Prevalence of aggressive behaviors among preschoolers in Head Start and community child care programs
Kupersmidt, Janis, 2000
Behavioral Disorders, 26(1), 42-52

A comparison of the prevalence of aggressive behaviors of children in Head Start programs and of children in community child care programs, based on the behavior ratings of a sample of 571 4-year old children rated by 63 teachers

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Primary prevention with children at risk for emotional or behavioral disorders: Data on a universal intervention for Head Start classrooms
Serna, Loretta A., 2000
Behavioral Disorders, 26(1), 70-84

A study on the impact of a story and song intervention format on the direction following, sharing, and problem solving behaviors of children, based on a sample of 84 children enrolled in five Head Start centers in the Albuquerque, New Mexico area

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Promoting the emotional development of preschoolers
Ashiabi, Godwin, 2000
Early Childhood Education Journal, 28(2), 79-84

A study to enhance the social relationships of children through their own efforts and the efforts of teachers, parents, and other caregivers

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The relationship between fathers' and children's communication skills and children's behavior problems: A study of Head Start children
Fagan, Jay, 2000
Early Education and Development, 11(3), 307-320

A study on the communicative interaction of fathers with their Head Start children and on the relationship of fathersí and childrenís communicative skills and child behavior problems early and late in the school year

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