The paper was published in September 2022 in the renowned journal "Current Psychology". Under the title "Explaining gaps by parental education in children's early language and social outcomes at age 3-4 years: evidence from harmonized data from three countries", the authors investigated which factors of the socio-economic family background influence differences in early childhood development.
To this end, harmonized data from large-scale longitudinal studies from the United Kingdom, the United States and Germany (NEPS) were used to investigate educational differences in children's early language development and social skills. Twelve family-, child- and care-related factors were then systematically evaluated as explanatory factors.
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Volodina, A., Weinert, S., Washbrook, E. et al. Explaining gaps by parental education in children’s early language and social outcomes at age 3–4 years: evidence from harmonised data from three countries. Curr Psychol 42, 26398–26417 (2023). https://doi.org/10.1007/s12144-022-03754-z