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Daycare: Psychological Impacts on Child Development

Daycare: Psychological Impacts on Child Development

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Year: 2001

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Product Code: 978-1-60825-483-5


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Description Institutional/Public Performance Rights
As the number of two-earner families continues to rise, the demand for daycare is increasing. Filmed at a nursery, this three-section program discusses some of the possible impacts of daycare on children’s long-term development. Parents, caregivers, and psychology experts express their views about the effects of daycare on attachment; about children’s emotional, cognitive, and social development; and about a growing understanding that time spent in daycare is of as much concern, psychologically speaking, as the quality of that care. The program concludes with insights into what might be done to help parents combine work and child care more effectively. A part of the series Applied Psychology.
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  • Color
  • 28 min.

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