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Congress Spends Billions on Bad Parental Substitute By Kathryn Hooks, cwfa.org, Concerned Women For America online, 29-Jul-03 The statistics are not new. Experts in child development and psychology have released previous research reporting the link between childcare and aggressive behavior. A 1999 article in Developmental Psychology based on the National Longitudinal Survey* of Youth found more working hours for mothers was associated with lower academic achievement scores for children before age seven and lower cognitive development scores for children before age nine. In 1990 child-care expert, Dr. Jay Belsky found that infants during their first year who encounter "early and extensive non-maternal care" fail to develop the level of secure infant-parent bonding that children with maternal care develop.
Longitudinal studies - Studies in which variables relating to an individual or group of individuals are assessed over a period of time.
Category = Behavior
Congress Spends Billions on Bad Parental Substitute By Kathryn Hooks, cwfa.org, Concerned Women For America online, 29-Jul-03 Nevertheless, proponents of childcare ignore the fact that the studies show the quality of childcare "did not eliminate the link between hours in care and behavior problems" and that problem behavior was "greater for children in center-based care." Investing billions of dollars into a program (of daycares) that perpetuates child behavior problems is not the solution working mothers need. It insults both women and motherhood and costs children.
Category = Behavior, Politics
Congress Spends Billions on Bad Parental Substitute By Kathryn Hooks, cwfa.org, Concerned Women For America online, 29-Jul-03 ...A Wirthlin Worldwide poll asked respondents to rate nine choices of care for pre-school children, and child care centers came in last.  Most parents intuitively understand that no one (daycare) can raise and meet the needs of a child better than the parent, and the environment of a young child profoundly impacts his or her development.
..."Equally important in children's development are the influences on personality and emotional development.  Some psychologists indicate that by the time a child turns six, about 85 percent of its personality is already formed.  Therefore, parents cannot overlook the scientific link between early child care and the development of aggressive behavior," said Dr. Crouse.
Category = Behavior
Congress Spends Billions on Bad Parental Substitute By Kathryn Hooks, cwfa.org, Concerned Women For America online, 29-Jul-03 Children were created to be raised in a family and they thrive best there rather than in a day care center.  Early separation from the family environment brings too high a risk of negative consequences in a child's development.
Category = Development, Quality

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