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Cabrera on Mothers’ and Fathers’ Playfulness
Playfulness is associated with children's emotion regulation and vocabulary skills
Located in Research / Selected Research
Using New Policy Parameter to Study Early Childhood Intervention for Low Birth-weight Infants
Erich Battistin examines a relatively understudied early-childhood intervention for low birth-weight infants using new policy parameter
Located in Research / Selected Research
Kearney edits Future of Children volume
How Cultural Factors Shape Economic Outcomes
Located in News
How Ending a Conditional Cash Transfer Program Impacts Children’s School Enrollment: Evidence from Mexico
Susan W. Parker, Public Policy
Located in Resources / / Seed Grant Program / Seed Grants Awarded
File Troff document (with manpage macros)Parental age and cognitive disability among children in the United States
Philip N. Cohen, University of Maryland; 2012-013
Located in Research / Working Papers / WP Documents
File Troff document (with manpage macros)How Does the Amount of Time Mothers Spend with Children Matter?
Melissa Milke and Kathleen Denny, University of Maryland; Kei M. Nomaguchi, Bowling Green State University; 2012-015
Located in Research / Working Papers / WP Documents
Early Home Experiences of Young Latino Boys
Why research on low-income Latino children really matters
Located in Research / Selected Research
Cohen: How to Live in a World Where Marriage Is in Decline
As marriage rates continue to fall, policies that try to steer people into marriage through financial incentives are only hurting children
Located in News
Hofferth study challenges common wisdom about single parenting
Income level, not family structure, has the biggest impact on parenting practices
Located in News
Kearney and Levine study identifies Sesame Street education boon
Effect pronounced for boys, African Americans, and children in disadvantaged areas
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