Day Care- Agression and Peer Relations

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  • Created on: 09-05-13 19:24
Aggression:SAMMONS
Increased risk of antisocial behaviour if child spends more than 20hours per week in nursery care
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Aggression:BELSKY
Children who were in day care from early age/ experianced more of it were more likely to be agressive and disobedient
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Aggression:LARNER
Effects of day care on agression aren't important. They only last for early childhood. In later childhood, individual differences take over from the effects of day care. Those who experianced day care were not more agressive than those cared for home
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Peer Relations:FIELD
More time in day care resulted in more friends and higher levels of physical affection
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Peer Relations:SYLVA
Children who attended pre-school were more cooparating and had stronger relations with peers when compared to those not provided with pre-schooling
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Children who were in day care from early age/ experianced more of it were more likely to be agressive and disobedient

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Aggression:BELSKY

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Effects of day care on agression aren't important. They only last for early childhood. In later childhood, individual differences take over from the effects of day care. Those who experianced day care were not more agressive than those cared for home

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More time in day care resulted in more friends and higher levels of physical affection

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Card 5

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Children who attended pre-school were more cooparating and had stronger relations with peers when compared to those not provided with pre-schooling

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