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Letter to fellow pediatricians from the President of the AAP,
by Dr. Joseph Zanga, President of AAP, American Academy of Pediatrics News, 01-Jan-98
It's becoming increasingly clear that allowing even the best of child care programs to raise our offspring doesn't substitute for the time that children need from their mothers and fathers.
Category = Quality
A dangerous experiment in child rearing,
by
Andrew Peyton Thomas,
Wall Street Journal
,

8-Jan-98
Ours is now a day-care culture.
...We are witnessing a momentous experiment in the raising of children. Yet there are few stirrings in the culture suggesting anything but a complacent acceptance of this revolution in child rearing. Few political, cultural or religious leaders have spoken out against the growing practice of abandoning infants to paid strangers. Yet recent research, not to mention common sense, tells us that this quiet overhaul of American families is a profound tragedy whose bitter fruit will be reaped for decades to come.
Category = Quality
A dangerous experiment in child rearing,
by
Andrew Peyton Thomas,
Wall Street Journal
,

8-Jan-98
Social science confirms that babies raised in day-care centers and similar institutions are often emotionally maladjusted. child development expert Edward Zigler of Yale has gone so far as to call daycare "psychological thalidomide*." Research beginning in the early 1970s has found that such children are more likely to be violent, antisocial and resistant to basic discipline.
*Thalidomide, a drug introduced in the 1950s, was prescribed for nausea and insomnia in pregnant women.  Later, it was found to be the cause of severe birth defects in children whose mothers had taken the drug
during their first trimester of pregnancy.
Category = Behavior
A dangerous experiment in child rearing,
by
Andrew Peyton Thomas,
Wall Street Journal
, 8-Jan-98
A 1985 study by Ron Haskins in Child Development, another scholarly journal, compared two groups of day-care children and found that those who had spent more time in day care suffered from proportionally greater ill effects, regardless of the quality of care.
Category = Behavior
A dangerous experiment in child rearing,
by
Andrew Peyton Thomas,
Wall Street Journal
, 8-Jan-98
Other studies have concluded that lengthy stays in day-care centers impair children's mental ability. In 1995, the National Institute of Mental Health published a joint U.S.-Israeli study that found children raised in Israeli communes known as kibbutzim, who received 24-hour day care, were at significantly greater risk of developing schizophrenia and other serious mental disorders.
Category = Behavior

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