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Assistant Policy Researcher; Ph.D. Candidate, Pardee RAND Graduate School
Assistant Policy Researcher, RAND; Ph.D. Candidate, Pardee RAND Graduate School
Documents the allocation of resources to child development made by parents, government, and others during this critical period of development.
Jan 1, 2002
Anticipatory Guidance: What Information Do Parents Receive? What Information Do They Want?
Jan 1, 2001
This volume focuses on indicators for care of children and adolescents.
Jan 1, 2000
Development of a quality of care measurement system for children and adolescents : methodological considerations and comparisons with a system for adult women
Jan 1, 1999
An Analysis of the Child and Adult Care Food Program in Child Care Centers
Service costs and utilization patterns of children in carved-out behavioral health care plans were examined and compared with those of adults.
Jan 1, 1998
This report examines the implementation and outcomes of the Military Child Care Act of 1989 (MCCA).
Examines the influence of importance ratings of intrinsic and extrinsic characteristics of child care on parents' choice of care, using data from the National Longitudinal Survey-72.
Jan 1, 1997
Military child care : toward an integrated delivery system
Jan 1, 1996
Seventy percent of Latino children and 53% of African-American children were fully immunized or up-to-date (UTD) at 3 months of age.
The author finds that working mothers care more about convenience aspects of care that affect their daily lives than the features of care that might promote their child's development.
Jan 1, 1992
Child development researchers and practitioners have explored in detail the characteristics of child care that provide the best environment for children.
Jan 1, 1991