Socioeconomic Disadvantage in Infancy and Academic and Self-Regulation Outcomes
OBJECTIVES: A comprehensive understanding of how timing of exposure to disadvantage affects long-term developmental risk is needed for greater precision in child health policy. We investigated whether socioeconomic disadvantage in infancy (age 0–1 years) directly affects academic and self-regulation problems in late childhood (age 10–12 years), independent of disadvantage at school entry (age 4–6 years). METHODS: Analyses were replicated in 2 population-based cohorts: the Australian...[Show more]
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