This Viewpoint describes the difference in vocabulary between low-income and higher-income children and how to use this gap as a tool to support child development.
This Viewpoint discusses the importance of pediatric and family medical homes in assisting parents in the tasks of protecting, nurturing, guiding, and educating their children.
The Viewpoint explores the benefits and risks of screening parents for adverse childhood experiences.
This meta-analysis estimates correlations between parent-adolescent communication about sex and safe sex behaviors among youths.
This secondary data analysis of the 2013 California Healthy Kids Survey reports that during wartime, military-connected youth are at increased risk for adverse outcomes, such as use of alcohol and other substances of abuse; physical and nonphysical violence and harassment; and weapon carrying, compared with nonmilitary peers.
This longitudinal cohort study investigates whether atypical structural development in areas of the brain tied to school readiness skills mediates the relationship between childhood poverty and impaired academic performance.
This research letter discusses the importance of screening for parental adverse childhood experiences on child adversity.
This cross-sectional, discrete-choice survey demonstrates patterns of how parents prioritize the attributes of being a good parent for their seriously ill child, suggesting future research to better understand the origins and development of good-parent beliefs among these individuals.
Opel et al determine the predictive validity and test-retest reliability of the Parent Attitudes About Childhood Vaccines survey, a recently developed measure of vaccine hesitancy.