Day Care Study Defies Common Sense

Feder, Don
April 1999
Human Events;04/23/99, Vol. 55 Issue 15, p23
Highlights the results of the study on the development of children of working and non-working mothers. How children of working and non-working mothers show the same pattern of development up to three years; Explanation from the Elizabeth Harvey, a psychologist at the University of Massachusetts.


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