The Relationship between Child Gender and Quality of Child Care Experiences at 24 Months
This inquiry examined the processes underlying gender differences in child care quality. Boys in were found to be in lower quality care, and structured observations revealed that they were less socially integrated with adults and peers than girls. Results suggest males experience lower quality care at both the individual and group level.
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The Relationship Between Measures of Infant-Toddler Child Care Quality and Children's Developmental Outcomes: An Analysis of Data from the Early Head Start Research and Evaluation Project Jones, Christopher Hilton (Georgetown University, 2015)Several first-rate early care and education programs have led to substantive, long-term gains in outcomes for children from disadvantaged families. Yet in other settings, widely used instruments for rating the quality of ...
Quality of Life in Patients Surviving at Least 12 Months Following High Dose Chemotherapy With Autologous Bone Marrow Support Winer, Eric P.; Lindley, Celeste; Hardee, Melanee; Sawyer, William T.; Brunatti, Caryn; Borstelmann, Nancy A.; Peters, William (1999-03)
Relationship Between Low Quality-of-Care Scores and HMOs' Subsequent Public Disclosure of Quality-of-Care Scores McCormick, Danny; Himmelstein, David U.; Woolhandler, Steffie; Wolfe, Sidney M.; Bor, David H. (2002-09-25)