Research papers on the Child Care Effects
...child in child care outside of the family and home on a regular basis, for long periods of time (The NICHO, 2005, p.259). Recent studies indicate distinct differences in the socio-emotional, cognitive and physical abilities of children who do, and who do not, regularly attend a child care center (Allhusen & Clarke-Stewart, 2005, p.83). The hypothesis for this paper was: Child care can affect a child’s development both positively and negatively. A review of the literature showed support for the hypothesis, as neither argument was sufficient to indicate proof.
Research interest in the frequency and quality of child care... For many parents it is necessary to place their infant or...