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Who Needs Parents?
The Effects of Childcare and Early Education on Children in Britain and the USA, by Patricia Morgan, October 1996,  p
40

Behavioural problems have been evident in the batch of childcare studies which have been carried out on the island of Bermuda, where non-maternal care is commonplace. At the age of two group-care infants were more apathetic, less attentive, less socially responsive, less verbally expressive, and more maladjusted generally. Those children who spent the longest hours in care were the least well adjusted.
Category = Behavior, Development

Who Needs Parents?
The Effects of Childcare and Early Education on Children in Britain and the USA, by Patricia Morgan, October 1996, p
40-41
A similar story emerged from the New York Infant Daycare Study following assessment of the psychological adjustment of over four hundred low-income children in minder, group, and home-care. Tested when they entered care and again at 18 and 36 months, it was the group-care children who were the most disadvantaged linguistically, emotionally and socially with adults.
Category = Behavior, Development
Who Needs Parents?
The Effects of Childcare and Early Education on Children in Britain and the USA, by Patricia Morgan, October 1996, p
41
Whether insecurely or securely attached to their mothers, daycare children have been shown to be generally and significantly more aggressive, more non-compliant and more prone to behavioural problems on starting school.
Category = Behavior
Who Needs Parents?
The Effects of Childcare and Early Education on Children in Britain and the USA, by Patricia Morgan, October 1996, p
45
Similarly, another study of four-year-old children who had been attending high-quality nurseries attached to universities found that those who had attended full-time daycare were more aggressive ... than those who only attended part-time.
Category = Behavior
Who Needs Parents?
The Effects of Childcare and Early Education on Children in Britain and the USA, by Patricia Morgan, October 1996,  p
45
Males are clearly more vulnerable than girls to inadequate childcare quality, as borne out by the rates of non-compliance among children in childcare of different quality.
(Because...) There is a general tendency for boys to be more vulnerable to the ill effects of all manner of family stress and bond disruptions.
Category = Development

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