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Title: Childcare workers' and centre directors' beliefs about infant childcare quality and professional training
Authors: Brownlee,J.;Berthelsen,D.;Segaran,N.
Source: Early Child Development and Care, 2009, 179 :4 ,pg 453- 475
Subjects: Attitudes Child Care Workers Child Day Care Personnel Training Quality of Care Infant Development Human Female Australia childcare workers centre directors beliefs infants childcare quality professional training
Additional Information: ID: 5593; FC: Electronic; ME: Empirical Study; Qualitative Study; AE: Adulthood (18 yrs & older); LR: 20090831 (PsycINFO)
Ref ID: 93940
 
Title: A Qualitative Study of the Experience of Parents Attending a Psychoanalytically Informed Parent-Toddler Group
Authors: Barros,Maria;Kitson,Annabel;Midgley,Nick
Source: Early Child Development and Care, 2008, 178 :3 ,pg 273- 288
Subjects: Early Intervention Foreign Countries Toddlers Parent Attitudes Parent Child Relationship Psychiatry Interviews Phenomenology Group Experience Social Support Groups Parent Education Group Dynamics United Kingdom
Additional Information: ID: 4973
Ref ID: 93716
 
Title: A Qualitative Study of the Experience of Parents Attending a Psychoanalytically Informed Parent-Toddler Group
Authors: Barros,Maria;Kitson,Annabel;Midgley,Nick
Source: Early Child Development and Care, 2008, 178 :3 ,pg 273- 288
Subjects: Early Intervention Foreign Countries Toddlers Parent Attitudes Parent Child Relationship Psychiatry Interviews Phenomenology Group Experience Social Support Groups Parent Education Group Dynamics United Kingdom
Additional Information: ID: 5005
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Title: Effects of Professional Development Training on Joint Attention Engagement in Low-Quality Childcare Centers
Authors: Cain,David W.;Rudd,Loretta C.;Saxon,Terrill F.
Source: Early Child Development and Care, 2007, 177 :2 ,pg 159- 185
Subjects: Interpersonal Competence Child Caregivers Attention Toddlers Caregiver Training Caregiver Child Relationship Educational Quality Child Care Centers Professional Development Control Groups ERIC
Additional Information: ID: 4269; Includes 63 bibliographical references; PD: Bibliography
Ref ID: 94002
 
Title: Effects of Professional Development Training on Joint Attention Engagement in Low-Quality Childcare Centers
Authors: Cain,David W.;Rudd,Loretta C.;Saxon,Terrill F.
Source: Early Child Development and Care, 2007, 177 :2 ,pg 159- 185
Subjects: Attention Interpersonal Competence Toddlers Child Care Centers Child Caregivers Professional Development Caregiver Training Educational Quality Caregiver Child Relationship Control Groups Texas Infant Toddler Environment Rating Scale
Additional Information: ID: 4488; LV: Early Childhood Education
Ref ID: 94003
 
Title: Infant childcare settings and the development of gender-specific adaptive behaviors
Authors: Bornstein,Marc H.;Hahn,Chun-Shin
Source: Early Child Development and Care, 2007, 177 :1 ,pg 15- 41
Subjects: Adaptive Behavior Child Care Human Sex Differences Infant Development Human Male Female US childcare settings gender-specific behavior adaptive behaviors mothers home care Four-Factor Index of Social Status Vineland Adaptive Behavior Scales-Classroom Edit
Additional Information: ID: 5619; FC: Electronic; ME: Empirical Study; Longitudinal Study; Quantitative Study; AE: Childhood (birth-12 yrs); Preschool Age (2-5 yrs); Adulthood (18 yrs & older); GI: This research was supported by the Intramural Research Program of the NIH, NICHD.
Ref ID: 93848
 
Title: Caregivers' epistemological beliefs in toddler programs
Authors: Berthelsen,Donna;Brownlee,Joanne;Boulton-Lewis,Gillian
Source: Early Child Development and Care, 2002, 172 :5 ,pg 503- 516
Subjects: epistemological beliefs knowing learning caregiving caregivers toddler care programs Child Care Workers Employee Attitudes Epistemology Child Care Knowledge Level
Additional Information: ID: 1753; ID: 459; ID: 1510; 11030-007. First Author & Affiliation: Berthelsen, Donna; Queensland U of Technology, Ctr for Applied Studies in Early Childhood, Brisbane, QLD, Australia. Other Journal Title: Early Child Development and Care. Release Date: 2
Ref ID: 93782
 
Title: Early Childhood Educators' Beliefs and Practices of Anti-Bias Curriculum in Rural Areas
Authors: Bullock,Janis
Source: Early Child Development and Care, 1996, 126 :   1-13
Subjects: Antibias Practices Early Childhood Curriculum Early Childhood Education Administrator Attitudes Administrators Adults Beliefs Curriculum Rural Areas Rural Population Teacher Administrator Relationship Teacher Attitudes Teaching Methods
Additional Information: ID: 6164; NO: Source type: scholarlyjournals; Object type: Article; Object type: Technical Report; CSAUnique: EJ536363; AccNum: EJ536363; ISSN: 0300-4430
Ref ID: 93959
 
Title: AIDS high-risk and precautionary behaviour in young African adults: A Zimbabwean perspective
Authors: Akande,Adebowale;Muvakure,Geraldine;Nyanhete,Patricia;Williams,Bill
Source: Early Child Development and Care, 1993, 88 : ,pg 73- 85
Subjects: AIDS AIDS Prevention Psychosexual Behavior Risk Taking Human Zimbabwe AIDS high risk & precautionary behavior 18ΓÇô27 yr olds Zimbabwe
Additional Information: ID: 5661; FC: Print; ME: Empirical Study; AE: Adulthood (18 yrs & older); LR: 19940301 (PsycINFO)
Ref ID: 93597
 
Title: Factors affecting the formation of food preferences in preschool children
Authors: Alles-White,Monica L.;Welch,Patricia
Source: Early Child Development and Care, 1985, 21 :4 ,pg 265- 276
Subjects: Diets Early Childhood Development Food Preferences Nutrition Age Differences Familiarity Interpersonal Influences Preschool Education Preschool Students Human familiarity & age & social & interpersonal influences & nutrition programs development of food
Additional Information: ID: 5581; FC: Print; AE: Childhood (birth-12 yrs); Preschool Age (2-5 yrs); LR: 19980901 (PsycINFO) RX: 3 (on Jul 29, 2010)
Ref ID: 93614
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