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
Agee, Mark D.,  Crocker, Thomas D. Are current U.S. anti-bullying programs net beneficial to parents? Inferences from school switching. Journal of Benefit-Cost Analysis. 7, (3), 434-458.
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2016
Alamian, Arsham,  Wang, Liang,  Hall, Amber M.,  Pitts, Melanie,  Ikekwere, Joseph . Infant sleep problems and childhood overweight: Effects of three definitions of sleep problems. Preventive Medicine Reports. 4, 463-468.
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2016
Beckmeyer, J.J. . Early pubertal timing and later depressive symptoms: The role of early romantic involvement [poster]. biannual meeting of the Society for Research on Adolescence. Baltimore, MD.
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2016
Beckmeyer, J.J. . The influence of middle school romantic relationships on the quality of subsequent romantic relationships [poster]. biannual meeting of the Society for Research on Adolescence. Baltimore, MD.
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2016
Beckmeyer, Jonathon J.,  Weybright, Elizabeth H. Perceptions of alcohol use by friends compared to peers: Associations with middle adolescents' own use. Substance Abuse. 37, (3), 435-440.
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2016
Blums, Angela,  Belsky, Jay,  Grimm, Kevin,  Chen, Zhe . Building links between early socioeconomic status, cognitive ability, and math and science achievement. Journal of Cognition and Development.
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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
Bub, Kristen L.,  Robinson, Leah E.,  Curtis, David S. Longitudinal associations between self-regulation and health across childhood and adolescence. Health Psychology. 35, (11), 1235-1245.
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2016
Carnegie, Nicole Bohme,  Harada, Masataka,  Hill, Jennifer L. Assessing sensitivity to unmeasured confounding using a simulated potential confounder. Journal of Research on Educational Effectiveness. 9, (3), 395-420.
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