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NICHD Study of Early Child Care and Youth Development (SECCYD) Series

The National Institute of Child Health and Development (NICHD) Study of Early Child Care and Youth Development (SECCYD) is a four-phase, multi-site, prospective, longitudinal study designed to examine the relationships between child development and child care during infancy, early childhood, middle childhood, and middle adolescence. The SECCYD constitutes the most comprehensive study conducted to date of children and the many environments in which they develop.

The initial phase of the SECCYD was conducted by the Quantitative Systems Laboratory (QSL) at Vanderbilt University, while the final three stages were conducted by RTI International.

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2016
Schofield, Thomas J.,  Weaver, Jennifer M. Democratic parenting beliefs and observed parental sensitivity: Reciprocal influences between coparents. Journal of Family Psychology.
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2016
Zhou, Nan,  Buehler, Cheryl . Family, employment, and individual resource-based antecedents of maternal work-family enrichment from infancy through middle childhood.. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology.
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2015
Anderson, Sarah . Longitudinal Investigations of Parent-Child Interaction in Early Childhood and Risk for Later Obesity. ESRC International Centre for Lifecourse Studies in Society and Health, Quarterly Centre Research Day. London.
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2015
Bachman, Heather J.,  Votruba-Drzal, Elizabeth,  El Nokali, Nermeen E.,  Castle Heatly, Melissa . Opportunities for learning math in elementary school: Implications for SES disparities in procedural and conceptual math skills. American Educational Research Journal. 52, (5), 894-923.
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2015
Beaver, Kevin M.,  Hartman, Sarah,  Belsky, Jay . Differential susceptibility to parental sensitivity based on early-life temperament in the prediction of adolescent affective psychopathic personality traits. Criminal Justice and Behavior. 42, (5), 546-565.
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2015
2015
Bindman, S.W.,  Pomerantz, E.M.,  Roisman, G.I. . Do children's executive functions account for associations between early autonomy-supportive parenting and achievement through high school?. Journal of Educational Psychology. 107, (3), 756-770.
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2015
Bono, K.E.,  Sy, S.R.,  Kopp, C.B. . School readiness among low-income Black children: Family characteristics, parenting, and social support. Early Child Development and Care.
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2015
Boyer, B.P.,  Nelson, J.A.,  Holub, S.C. . Childhood body mass index trajectories predicting cardiovascular risk in adolescence. Journal of Adolescent Health. 56, (6), 599-605.
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