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Mothering Denied
In Praise of Stay-at-Home Moms
Organic Parenting
How Not to F*** Them Up
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Mothering Denied - The sources of love, and how our culture harms infants, women, and society
by Dr. Peter Cook, ©2009, p.31-32
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in adults is now often diagnosed, and yet—because they can only tell us with a cry, often followed by despair and emotional detachment—it is seldom recognized that babies and infants are much less well-equipped to cope with stress and painful emotional experiences than are mature adults.
(Cortisol levels research) suggests that there is evidence that, under some circumstances, early institutional childcare can indeed lead to a ‘post-traumatic stress disorder.’

Category = Behavior
Mothering Denied - The sources of love, and how our culture harms infants, women, and society
by Dr. Peter Cook, ©2009, p.34
In the mid-20th century, there was a lack of hard evidence about the many possible ill-effects of early childcare. But absence of evidence was often regarded as evidence of absence—which is a quite different matter. Early childcare has never actually been shown to be safe.
Category = Behavior, Danger, Development
Mothering Denied - The sources of love, and how our culture harms infants, women, and society
by Dr. Peter Cook, ©2009, p.35
Early studies of childcare increasingly showed grounds for concern, but this evidence was dismissed by childcare advocates, who highlighted any findings showing benefits, as sometimes occurred when children from disadvantaged backgrounds were placed in the best quality childcare that could be made available.
Sometimes the results were generalized by childcare advocates, as if they also applied to childcare of lower quality, and/or to children from less disadvantaged homes.
Category = Behavior, Development, Politics, Quality
Mothering Denied - The sources of love, and how our culture harms infants, women, and society
by Dr. Peter Cook, ©2009, p.35
The fact remains that for children under three years of age, non-family childcare involves a massive experiment in raising infants and young children in institutional centers in the absence of any adults who are related or who have any continuing commitment to them.
Category = Behavior, Development
Mothering Denied - The sources of love, and how our culture harms infants, women, and society
by Dr. Peter Cook, ©2009, p.36
Boys having more than 30 hours a week in nonmaternal childcare had a significantly increased risk of insecure attachment, regardless of the quality of the childcare or other factors.
Category = Behavior, Quality
Mothering Denied - The sources of love, and how our culture harms infants, women, and society
by Dr. Peter Cook, ©2009, p.36
(In 2003, Belsky—as one of the leading scholars in the NICHD Network) said that, contrary to the expectations (and desires) of many in the field, the most comprehensive investigation into the effects of daycare on child development had now confirmed that the more time children spent in daycare arrangements up to 54 months of age, the more aggression, disobedience and conflict with adults these children showed in kindergarten at that age. These patterns remained, even after the study had controlled for many features of the children’s families and the quality and type of daycare that the children had experienced. The study found that spending a lot of time in daycare predicted more truly aggressive and disobedient behavior, not just more assertive or independent behavior, as some had alleged.
Category = Behavior, Quality
Mothering Denied - The sources of love, and how our culture harms infants, women, and society
by Dr. Peter Cook, ©2009, p.36
(Belsky said) Because child-care is here to stay, the argument goes, only the improvement of its quality is important. Anyone highlighting disconcerting evidence is simply against child-care.
Category = Politics, Quality
Mothering Denied - The sources of love, and how our culture harms infants, women, and society
by Dr. Peter Cook, ©2009, p.37
...in 2007, the NICHD Network reported, “children who spent more time in center-based settings from birth through school entry have somewhat more problems with aggressive and disobedient behavior through sixth grade than children who spent less time in centers, regardless of the quality of care.”
Category = Behavior, Quality
Mothering Denied - The sources of love, and how our culture harms infants, women, and society
by Dr. Peter Cook, ©2009, p.39
In November 2008, the NICHD Study of Early Child Care and Youth Development released another report about the follow-up to age 15 years. This presented evidence that...“Higher hours of nonrelative care predicted greater risk-taking and impulsivity at age 15”
Category = Behavior

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