day care on peer relations

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    • EPPE project (2003)
      • 3000 children in different types of daycare
        • concluded that time spent in day care before the age of three (before the age of two) was higher levels of aggression
        • pre-schools which educational curriculem promoted better intellectual progress and improved peer relations
      • more time in day care increases aggression
    • Shea (1981)
      • children aged 4 years and 3 months
        • all attended pre-school
          • 2 days
            • a week
              • 3 days
              • 5 days
          • 3 days
          • 5 days
      • 10 week period
        • aggressive behaviour decreased in all three groups
        • children who attended day care for 5 days were more sociable
      • conflicting research to the EPPE project
      • more time in day care decreased aggressive behaviour and makes children more sociable.
    • more time in day care increases aggression
    • more time in day care decreased aggressive behaviour and makes children more sociable.

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