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Infant care in England: mothers' aspirations, experiences, satisfaction and caregiver relationships
by Jacqueline Barnes, Penelope Leach, Kathy Sylva, Alan Stein, Lars-Erik Malmberg, and the FCCC team  
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Child care before 6 months of age: a qualitative study of mothers' decisions and feelings about employment and non-maternal care
by Penelope Leach, Jacqueline Barnes, Michelle Nichols, Jon Goldin, Alan Stein, Kathy Sylva, Lars-Erik Malmberg, and the FCCC team  
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Factors associated with negative emotional expression: a study of mothers of young infants
by Jacqueline Barnes, Luc Altmann, Bina Ram, Alan Stein, Penelope Leach, Kathy Sylva, Lars-Erik Malmberg & the FCCC team  
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Family and child factors related to the use of non-maternal infant care: an English study
by Kathy Sylva, Alan Stein, Penelope Leach, Jacqueline Barnes, Lars-Erik Malmberg, and the FCCC team   
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Parent–infant interaction: a growth model approach
by Lars-Erik Malmberg, Alan Stein, Andrew West, Simon Lewis, Jacqueline Barnes, Penelope Leach, Kathy Sylva, and the FCCC team  
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The quality of different types of child care at 10 and 18 months: a comparison between types and factors related to quality
by Penelope Leach, Jacqueline Barnes, Lars-Erik Malmberg, Kathy Sylva, Alan Stein, and the FCCC team   
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The influence of maternal depression, caregiving, and socio-economic status in the postnatal year on children's language development
by Alan Stein, Lars-Erik Malmberg, Kathy Sylva, Jacqueline Barnes, Penelope Leach, and the FCCC team  
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Associations between mothers’ sensitivity to their infants’ internal states and children’s later understanding of mind and emotion
by K. Ereky-Stevens  
Why do some fathers become primary caregivers for their infants? A qualitative study
by Andrew West, Simon Lewis, Bina Ram, Jacqueline Barnes, Penelope Leach, Kathy Sylva, Alan Stein, and the FCCC team  
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A comparison of father-infant interaction between primary and non-primary care giving fathers
by Simon Lewis, Andrew West, Alan Stein, Lars-Erik Malmberg, Katherine Bethell, Jacqueline Barnes, Kathy Sylva, Penelope Leach and The Families, Children and Child Care (FCCC) project team  
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Experiences of childcare in England and socio-emotional development at 36 months
by Jacqueline Barnes, Penelope Leach, Lars-Erik Malmberg , Alan Stein, Kathy Sylva, and the FCCC team  
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Effects of early child care on cognition, language, and self-regulation at 18 months: an English study
by Kathy Sylva, Alan Stein, Penelope Leach, Jacqueline Barnes, Lars-Erik Malmberg, and the FCCC team  
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The Influence of Different Forms of Early Childcare on Children’s Emotional and Behavioural Development
by Stein, A., Malmberg, L-E., Leach, P., Barnes, J., Sylva, K. and the FCCC Team  
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Paternal postnatal and subsequent mental health symptoms and child socio-emotional and behavioural problems at school entry
by Smith, H., Eryigit-Madzwamuse, S. & Barnes, J. (2013)  
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Is early center-based child care associated with tantrums and unmanageable behavior over time up to school entry?
by Eryigit-Madswamuse, S., Barnes, J (2013)  
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Patterns of Child Care Arrangements and Cognitive Development
by Eryigit-Madzwamuse, S. & Barnes, J.  
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Maternal responsive-didactic caregiving in play interactions with 10-month-olds and cognitive development at 18 months.
by Mermelshtine, R. & Barnes, J  
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