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Educational & Child Psychology Vol 21 No 2 2004: Early childhood education and care

Educational & Child Psychology Vol 21 No 2 2004: Early childhood education and care

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A collection of papers that make significant and original contributions to the field of educational and child psychology. The theme of this issue is Early childhood education and care.


 

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Editorial

'But it is also soul destroying...' Parents' views on how services can support them bringing up children in the inner city
Mark Fox

The developing role and influence of the educational psychologist working within early years
Sheila Wolfendale and Mary Robinson

Delivering educational psychology services to non-maintained early years settings: Inclusion ABC
Ruth Dennis

Observational learning and enculturation
Harold Odden and Philippe Rochat

Cognitive outcomes of Sally Ward's early language-based intervention with mothers and babies in longitudinal perspective: Lessons of Head Start revisited
Morwenna Opie, Howard Steele and Sally Ward

Early intervention for children who are deafblind
Heather Murdoch

Starting with inclusion: The East Sussex inclusion strategy and training for early years and childcare
Denise Kingston

 

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