Child Development, Infancy, Infant Behavior and Development and Infant Mental Health Journal. A. Objective(s) of study: Briefly state the study/research question(s), which is what the study was trying to determine. B. Methods 1) Participants (Subjects): Describe who was being studied and the number of participants in the study; including their average (or mean) age and the age range (youngest and oldest), socioeconomic level (if mentioned), and break down of race and/or ethnicity (% White, % Black, % Hispanic, % Asian, % Other). 2) Assessments/Tests/Instruments: Briefly describe the study design, assessments or tests used to measure changes in the children and/or what interventions (treatments), if any, were used. Mention if the study included a control group. C. Results: What did the researchers learn? You can obtain this from the Discussion section of the paper.
Child Development, Infancy, Infant Behavior and Development and Infant Mental Health Journal.
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