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1. What is not an implication of attachment research?

  • Sure start availability
  • Theater of attachments - Help those being abused become closer to their parents,
  • Children wards allow parents to stay overnight
  • Adoptions, mothers can give up children in the first week of birth
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2. What was not found in the EPPE Project?

  • Disadvantaged children could improve social backgrounds the most when with a range of background children
  • Improved cognitive development
  • Negative impacts on agression
  • All aspects of social development increased
  • Higher quality pre-school offered both intellectual and social advantages to childre

3. What is not an implication of day care research?

  • Maternity leave has increased from 3 to 9 months and now 12
  • Sure start program to break poverty cycle in 500 areas
  • Theater of attachments - Help those being abused become closer to their parents,
  • Government is keeping a free place for all 3 yearolds in day care

4. What was not an effect on Peer relationships?

  • Lamer et al : Study of 120 Swedish children, found that by 10 individual differences were overtaking the effects of day care
  • Field : Found the more time they spent in day care the more friends they made and the more extra-curricular activities and those in high quality care showed more affection in their relationships
  • Clarke-Stewart : Children in group based play found it easier to be sociable than those cared at home
  • Leach: 1200 children longitudinal studies do better if looked after by their mothers
  • Harvey : 6000 youngsters found that children whose mothers worked outside the home suffered no permanent damage because of their absences

5. What is not a factor that could affect quality of childcare?

  • Size of the care centre
  • Bigger staff to children ratio
  • Type of day care: Leach 1200 children longitudinal studies do better if looked after by their mothers

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