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Research outputs: EARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT (ECD)
2021 Our first educational building blocks: the role of the home
The family represents the first, and likely most influential, learning context for children's acquisition of language, knowledge, skills, an...Download this report
2021 Exploring the socio-economic determinants of educational inequalities in diarrhoea among under-five children in low- and middle-income countries: a Fairlie decomposition analysis
What explains the underlying causes of educational inequalities in diarrhoea among under-five children in low- and middle-income countries (...Download this report
2021 Viewpoint: Hacking childhood: will future technologies undermine, or enable, optimal early childhood development?
It's 2041. Children born during the COVID-19 pandemic are graduating (virtually). For several decades, the internet has been part of everyda...
2020 Understanding the influence of 24-hour movement behaviours on the health and development of preschool children from low-income South African settings: the SUNRISE pilot study
Background: The International Study of Movement Behaviours in the Early Years, SUNRISE, was initiated to assess the extent to which young ch...