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Family Crisis Oriented Personal Evaluation Scales
McCubbin, Hamilton I., 1987
In H. I. McCubbin, A. I. Thompson, & M. A. McCubbin (Eds.), Family assessment: Resiliency, coping and adaptation inventories for research and practice. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press

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Edinburgh Postnatal Depression Scale
Cox, John L. (John Lee), June, 1987
British Journal of Psychiatry, 150(6), 782-786

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Indiana Statewide Testing for Educational Progress-Plus
Indiana. Department of Education, 1987
Indianapolis: Indiana, Department of Education

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Consultation Evaluation Form
Erchul, William P., Spring 1987
Professional School Psychology, 2(2), 113-124

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Personal Experience Screening Questionnaire
Winters, Ken, 1987
In The Personal Experience Inventory test and manual. Los Angeles: Western Psychological Services

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The attitudinal context of family-day care relationships
Kontos, Susan, 1987
In Annual Advances in Applied Developmental Psychology: Vol. II. Continuity and discontinuity of experience in child care (pp. 91-113). Norwood, NJ: Ablex.

A discussion on the relationship between parents and child care givers and the possible influence on the child

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[Review of the book Child care and corporate productivity: Resolving family/work conflicts]
Moen, Phyllis, 1987
Administrative Science Quarterly, 32(3), 469-471

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[Review of the book Child care and corporate productivity: Resolving family/work conflicts]
Warlick, Jennifer L., 1987
Industrial and Labor Relations Review, 40(3), 457-458

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[Review of the book Child care: Facing the hard choices]
Macchiarola, Frank J., 1987
Political Science Quarterly, 102(3), 516-517

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Child care: Facing the hard choices
Kahn, Alfred J., 1987
Dover, MA: Auburn House Publishing Company

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[Review of the book Family and work: Bridging the gap]
Rodman, Hyman, 1987
Contemporary Sociology, 16(6), 854

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Early schooling: The national debate
Kagan, Sharon Lynn, 1987
New Haven, CT: Yale University Press

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[Review of the book The child and the day care setting: Qualitative variations and development]
Howes, Carollee, 1987
Contemporary Sociology, 16(2), 241

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A comparison of mothers' and providers' preferences and evaluations of day care center services
Atkinson, Alice M., 1987
Child & Youth Care Forum, 16(1), 35-47

A study comparing mothers' and providers' perspectives on and preferences for day care center services, teacher qualifications, and program goals

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Who cares for the child in day care?: An examination of caregivers from three types of care
Pence, Alan R., 1987
Early Childhood Research Quarterly, 2(4), 315-334

A study comparing the characteristics and attitudes of center-based and licensed and unlicensed family child care workers, based on interviews

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Child's play with adults, toys, and peers: An examination of family and child-care influences
Howes, Carollee, 1987
Developmental Psychology, 23(3), 423-430

A study of the influences of family and child care characteristics on the play of toddlers in family child care homes, based on observations and questionnaires

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Social class differences in family-school relationships: The importance of cultural capital
Lareau, Annette, 1987
Sociology of Education, 60(2), 73-85

A study of family-school relationships in white working class and middle class communities, with analysis pointing to the relationship between economic disparity and parental participation ability, with results formed through observation of two first-grade classrooms in different communities and in-depth interviews with parents, teachers, and principals

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Predicting school failure and assessing early interventions with high-risk children
Horacek, H. Joseph, 1987
Journal of the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, 26(5), 758-763

A study of the California Abecedarian project, assessing the impact of early educational intervention on school performance and grade failure prevention for prekindergarten through third grade children from socioeconomically disadvantaged families

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Fathers' participation and evaluation of family day care
Atkinson, Alice M., 1987
Family Relations, 36(2), 146-151

A comparison of mother and father involvement in child care at home and in family child care settings

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The Carolina Abecedarian Project: An educational experiment concerning human malleability
Ramey, Craig T., 1987
In J.J. Gallagher (Ed.), The malleability of children (pp. 127-139). Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co.

A review of the experimental early education program, Carolina Abecedarian Project, which focuses on the intellectual development of at-risk preschool children

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Child care in the United States, 1970 to 1995
Hofferth, Sandra L., 1987
Journal of Marriage and the Family, 49(3), 559-571

An exploration of the trends surrounding mothers’ child care arrangements over the period of 1970 to 1995 and their implications for the supply and demand of child care in the United States

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Kindergarten experience: Cognitive effects or socialization?
Entwisle, Doris R., 1987
American Educational Research Journal, 24(3), 337-364

A representative sample of the cognitive effects of first-grade children’s performance on the California Achievement Test (CAT) with more kindergarten experience in Baltimore

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The checkered history of federal child care regulation
Phillips, Deborah A., 1987
Review of Research in Education, 14, 3-41

An overview of empirical, ideological and political influences that have shaped the history of federal child care regulation

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Class size and student/teacher ratios in the Japanese preschool
Tobin, Joseph J., 1987
Comparative Education Review, 31(4), 533-549

A comparison of class size and student to teacher ratios in Japanese preschools and American preschools, focusing on the successful techniques the Japanese preschools employ in classrooms with typical class sizes and student to teacher ratios that far exceed United States preschools

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After-school child care in an elementary school: Social development and continuity and complementarity of programs
Howes, Carollee, 1987
Elementary School Journal, 88(1), 93-103

A study of the impact of an out-of-school child care program on the social experiences and social development of 30 kindergarten-age children versus children that went home after school

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