Beth Njoroge, Peter Kihara, Paul Gichohi - International Journal of Professional Practice 4 May 2019
The purpose of this study was to establish the relationship between technology as a capacity building strategy and performance of the orphans and vulnerable children cash transfer program in Nairobi County, Kenya.
Merav Jedwab, Yanfeng Xu, Daniel Keyser, Terry V. Shaw - Child Abuse & Neglect4 May 2019
The objectives of this study were: (a) to measure the time-to-initial placement change in different types of settings, including non-relative foster homes, kinship care, residential treatment centers (RTC), group homes and other types of settings; and (b) to identify predictors of the initial placement change.
Alan Carr, Finiki Nearchou, Hollie Duff, Dearbhaile Ní Mhaoileoin, Katie Cullen, Annie O’Dowd, Laaura Battigelli - Child Abuse & Neglect2 May 2019
The objective of this research project was to profile the experiences of survivors abused in long-term child care in Scotland, and to develop a model which linked maltreatment, risk and protective factors, and outcomes.
Anna Touloumakos, Alexia Barrable, Kalomoira Tsantila - Advances in Developmental and Educational Psychology1 May 2019
Given the impact that institutional care has been found to have on psychological and cognitive outcomes, the authors make the case for the adaptation of Early Childhood Child Care HOME (EC-CC-HOME), a world-renowned instrument that assesses children’s child-care environment, to the Greek context.
Aki Yazawa, Saeko Takada, Hanako Suzuki, Takashi X. Fujisawa and Akemi Tomoda - BMC Psychiatry30 Apr 2019
The objectives of this open access study were to investigate the association between parental visitation and depressive symptoms among institutionalized children in Japan, and to explore whether the established security of attachment interacts with that association.
Laura Alicia Alba, Jessica Flannery, Mor Shapiro and Nim Tottenham - Development and Psychopathology30 Apr 2019
In this study, working memory (WM) was examined during late childhood/adolescence as an intra-individual factor to mitigate the risk for separation anxiety, which is particularly susceptible to caregiving adversities, such as previous institutionalization (PI).