Perspectives on Early Childhood Psychology and Education

Title

Perspectives on Early Childhood Psychology and Education

Role

Editors: Vincent C. Alfonso and Tammy Hughes

Co-authors: Brandy L. Clarke, Kristin M. Rispoli, Nicholas W. Gelbar, Evelyn Bilias-Lolis and Melissa A. Bray

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Evelyn Bilias-Lolis is a contributing author, "Equity-based practices in early childhood education: The role of the school psychologist," 129.

This issue has a special focus on “Growing Up Poor: The negative sequelae on child development and beyond.” Addressing the dynamic and developmental processes through which poverty operates, this issue explores the subject of poverty as it relates to impaired mental, emotional, and behavioral development, childcare quality, pediatric screenings, as well as poor nutrition and health.

ISBN

9781935625919

Publication Date

2017

Publication Information

Clarke, Brandy L., Kristin M. Rispoli, Nicholas W. Gelbar, Evelyn Bilias-Lolis and Melissa A. Bray. "Equity-based practices in early childhood education: The role of the school psychologist." Perspectives on Early Childhood Psychology and Education, vol.2, iss.1, edited by Vincent C. Alfonso and Tammy HughesPace University Press, 2017, pp.129.

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