Development

Low Income (Poverty) During Prenatal and Early Postnatal Periods and Its Impact on Psychosocial Child Development

Greg J. Duncan, PhD, Katherine A. Magnuson, PhD

Northwestern University, USA

August 2007, 2nd ed.
Low Income and Its Impact on Psychosocial Child Development

1Michael Weitzman, MD, 2Lily Lee

1,2New York University School of Medicine and 1College of Global Public Health, USA & 2Blooklyn College, USA

February 2017, 2nd rev. ed.

Services

Interventions to Promote the Healthy Social and Emotional Development of Low-Income Children

Jane Knitzer, EdD 

Columbia University, USA

August 2007, 2nd ed.
Barriers to Services Promoting Child Emotional, Behavioural, and Social Health

Ellen L. Lipman, MD, Michael H. Boyle, PhD

Chedoke Child and Family Centre, Canada

August 2007, 2nd ed.
Evaluating Early Childhood Intervention Programs: Comments on Kitzman, Knitzer, and Lipman and Boyle

Pamela Kato Klebanov, PhD

National Center for Children and Families, Teachers College, Columbia University, USA

August 2007, 2nd ed.
Services for Low-Income Children and Their Families: Comments on Lipman and Boyle, Kitzman, and Knitzer

Tama Leventhal, PhD 

Institute for Policy Studies, Johns Hopkins University, USA

August 2007, 2nd ed.
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