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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Most Recent Publications

2016
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. 186, (3), 419-435.
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2016
Frantz, E.,  Mata, A.D. . Cross-sectional and longitudinal effects of sociometric status on loneliness, self-harm, and suicidal ideation [poster]. annual meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association. Chicago, IL.
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2016
Holmes, Christopher J.,  Kim-Spoon, Jungmeen,  Deater-Deckard, Kirby . Linking executive function and peer problems from early childhood through middle adolescence. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology. 44, (1), 31-42.
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2016
Jessee, Allison,  McElwain, Nancy L.,  Booth-LaForce, Cathryn . Maternal supportive behavior, cognitive talk, and desire/emotion talk at 24 months: Distinct factors and differential antecedents. Parenting. 16, (2), 63-86.
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2016
Monahan, K.C.,  Booth-Laforce, C. Deflected pathways: Becoming aggressive, socially withdrawn, or prosocial with peers during the transition to adolescence. Journal of Research on Adolescence. 26, (2), 270-285.
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2016
Pilkauskas, Natasha,  Waldfogel, Jane,  Brooks-Gunn, Jeanne . Maternal labor force participation and differences by education in an urban birth cohort study - 1998-2010. Demographic Research. 34, 407-420.
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2016
Russell, Beth S.,  Lee, Jungeun Olivia,  Spieker, Susan,  Oxford, Monica L. Parenting and preschool self-regulation as predictors of social emotional competence in 1st grade. Journal of Research in Childhood Education. 30, (1), 153-169.
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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
Shepherd-Banigan, M.,  Bell, J.F.,  Basu, A.,  Booth-LaForce, C.,  Harris, J.R. . Workplace stress and working from home influence depressive symptoms among employed women with young children. International Journal of Behavioral Medicine. 23, (1), 102-111.
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2016
Son, S.C.,  Peterson, M.F. . Marital status, home environments, and family strain: Complex effects on preschool children's school readiness skills. Infant and Child Development.
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