On effects of early child care. (Record no. 13716)

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Meeting name or jurisdiction name as entry element TAVISTOCK CENTRE SCIENTIFIC MEETING 2009
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Title On effects of early child care.
Medium [videorecording]
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Place of publication, distribution, etc London,
Name of publisher, distributor, etc Tavistock Clinic,
Date of publication, distribution, etc 2009
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Extent 1 video disc (approx 80 min)
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Title Scientific Meeting of the Tavistock Centre and Portman Clinic
Volume number/sequential designation 9th March
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General note DVD Format - Volume low for first 2 minutes until microphone problem sorted.
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General note Copyright Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust. Copying of this recording is striclty prohibited.
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Summary, etc The presentation will report on how early child care experiences are linked to children?s functioning through their middle-childhood years-in the USA-drawing on data from a large scale American study following over 1,000 children from birth onward. Of great significance is not just the study?s careful attention to studying children longitudinally, using age-appropriate measurement, but carefully measuring distinct aspects of the child-care experience, most notably the type, quality and dosage that a child experiences across the first 4.5 years of life. Thus, this research goes beyond the simplistic-and outdated-question, "Is child care good for children" , to address the issue of the conditions under which children do well or poorly as a result of their early child-care experiences. Importantly, the work takes into consideration confounding family factors before estimating effects of early child care on children?s cognitive-academic functioning and socio-emotional adjustment through age 11.
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Personal name BELSKY, Jay
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  Lost       Tavistock and Portman Library Tavistock and Portman Library Audio Visual Master Copy 2009-03-19 TAVISTOCK CENTRE SCIENTIFIC MEETING 2009 10026162 2010-07-25 1 50.00 2010-07-25 DVD      
          Tavistock and Portman Library Tavistock and Portman Library Video collection 2009-03-19 TAVISTOCK CENTRE SCIENTIFIC MEETING 2009 10026168 2014-04-01 2 50.00 2010-07-25 DVD 14 1 2013-07-29

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