Child development in a birth cohort: effect of child stimulation is stronger in less educated mothers

Barros, Aluísio J. D.; Matijasevich, Alícia; Santos, Iná S.; Halpern, Ricardo
February 2010
International Journal of Epidemiology;Feb2010, Vol. 39 Issue 1, p285
Academic Journal
Background Child health has improved in many developing countries, bringing new challenges, including realization of the children's full physical and intellectual potential. This study explored child development within a birth cohort, its psychosocial determinants and interactions with maternal schooling and economic position.


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