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Quality Of Caregiver-Child Relationship And Its Effect On Child Satisfaction With Daycare, Susan D. Zarr Jan 1993

Quality Of Caregiver-Child Relationship And Its Effect On Child Satisfaction With Daycare, Susan D. Zarr

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

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Emergent Literacy: The Role Of Parent-Child Interactions , Deanna Sue Gilkerson Jan 1993

Emergent Literacy: The Role Of Parent-Child Interactions , Deanna Sue Gilkerson

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

The present study was designed to explore the role that parent-child interactions play in the four areas of emergent literacy: letter knowledge, knowledge about environmental print, knowledge of the purpose and function of print, and story knowledge. It was predicted that parents who engaged in more emergent literacy activities with their children would have children who would score higher on the emergent literacy tasks, that fathers and mothers would differ in the amount and types of emergent literacy behaviors they engage in, and that there would be a significant difference in the type and amount of scaffolding behaviors of parents ...


Socioeconomic And Psychological Variables Influencing Household Debt , Ujang Sumarwan Jan 1993

Socioeconomic And Psychological Variables Influencing Household Debt , Ujang Sumarwan

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

The overall objective of this study was to examine factors influencing total debt, total debt payment, and patterns of debt payments. The study examined the impacts of both psychological (credit attitudes and perception of future income) and socioeconomic variables on total debt, total debt payment and patterns of debt payments;A conceptual model for this study was developed by incorporating the theory of borrower risk, the economic and psychological economic theory of borrowing, and the results of previous studies. This model identifies socioeconomic and psychological variables that influence total debt, total debt payment, and patterns of debt payments. Socioeconomic variables ...