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CONSEQUENCES OF DAY CARE

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This paper focuses on the positive and negative consequences of day ***** on a child's psychological development.

NEGATIVE OUTCOMES

When ***** child is enrolled in ***** care for twenty or more hours a week, parents experience difficulty in h*****ling the children [Belsky et al., p.556-678]. Usually the behavioral problems are related to aggressi*****, or defiance.

If a child is spending the first 3 cruci*****l years at the day care, the parent-child bond ***** likely to be effected. This can lead ***** feelings of insecurity, low self esteem, ***** self confidence and inability to form close relationships.

POSITIVE OUTCOMES

***** ***** in day care have the higher levels ***** verbal and mathematical abilities [Broberg et al, p.62-69]. Thus, children spend*****g a fair amount of time in qu*****ity day ***** before forty months ***** age have higher cognitive test scores. Their cognitive abilities are reflected by the language development and competence.

The ***** care quality is also associated with children's socio-emotional development [Peisner-Feinberg and Burchinal, p.451-477]. Children in group day care have greater opportunities to interact with o*****r children of similar age group. They show ***** interest and participate more frequently in group tasks and are socially competent. And children in day ***** ***** experience lower levels of separation anxiety.

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Children are affected ***** many ways by the day care set up *****y have been enrolled in*****. Those effects can be positive or negative, depending on the quality of day care, the quality & amount of time a child spends *****t ***** care and with parents. The effects are manifested through behavioral *****. ***** ***** ***** ***** be ***** through a child's cognitive and social development. The risks are ********** when it comes to enrolling the child in a day care. But ***** has its own *****nefits as well.

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Belsky, J., Woodworth, S., & Crnic, K. (1996). Trouble in the second year: Three questions about family **********. Child Development, 67, 556-578.

*****, A., Wessels, H., Lamb, M., & Hwang, C. (1997). Effects ***** ***** care on the development of cognitive abilities in 8-year-olds: A longitudinal study. ********** Psychology, *****3, 62-69.

*****, E. & *****, *****. (1997). Relations between preschool children's child-care experiences ***** concurrent development: The cost, quality, and outcomes study. Merrill-Palmer Quarterly, 43,

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