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Article Review 2 Article Review Paper 2 The May/June 2005 issue of Psychology Today featured the article, “The Trouble With Day Care”, by Heide Lang. The article focuses on how child day care can be harmful to developing young children. The article begins with a very interesting point that gets your brain ticking right off the bat. It begins by stating that day care “could be the greatest social experiment of our time, in which millions of parents are unwitting participants.” The concern of some scientists are the latest findings, from a huge, long- term government study. These findings show that kids who spend long hours in day care have behavior problems that persist “well into elementary school.” The article mentions that 26 percent of children who attend day care for more than 45 hours per week, go on to have serious behavior problems at kindergarten age. It then goes on to say that only 10 percent of children who attend day care for less than 10 hours per week have equivalent problems. In the study, Parents and caregivers observed frequent
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2008 for the course PSYC 312 taught by Professor Moravec during the Spring '04 term at Lansing.

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