Families of Head Start Children: A Research Connection

Singh, Delar K.
March 2003
Journal of Instructional Psychology;Mar2003, Vol. 30 Issue 1, p77
Academic Journal
Presents a study that looked at the diverse family systems of Head Start children. Methodology; Parenting stress scores for African American and Caucasian families; Relationship between perceived lack of parental competence and child related stress in African American families.


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