Bettye M. Caldwell

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University of Arkansas, Little Rock, AR 
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early child development, integrating health and school readiness programs for low-income preschoolers, affordable quality daycare, the relationship between early childhood experience and brain development, and the link between children's health and care-
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Bettye M. Caldwell, Ph.D.
Professor of Pediatrics in Child Development and Education
Dr. Bettye Caldwell has been described as "a woman ahead of her time—usually by about 30 years." And even that seems like a bit of an understatement for this pioneer of high quality childcare programs. For more than three decades Dr. Caldwell has been a passionate leader in the area of early child development. Her far-reaching contributions to the well-being of children and their families were recognized in 2001, when she received one of the most coveted honors in her field; the Dolley Madison Award, whose past recipients have included Dr. Benjamin Spock, renowned pediatrician of "Baby and Child Care" fame, and Edward Zigler, architect of the Head Start program.

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Allhusen V, Belsky J, Booth CL, et al. (2004) Type of child care and children's development at 54 months Early Childhood Research Quarterly. 19: 203-230
Bradley RH, Caldwell BM, Corwyn RF. (2003) The Child Care HOME Inventories: Assessing the quality of family child care homes Early Childhood Research Quarterly. 18: 294-309
Appelbaum M, Batten DA, Belsky J, et al. (2001) Child care and children's peer interaction at 24 and 36 months: The NICHD study of early child care - NICHD early child care research network Child Development. 72: 1478-1500
Bradley RH, Corwyn RF, Caldwell BM, et al. (2000) Measuring the home environments of children in early adolescence Journal of Research On Adolescence. 10: 247-288
Bradley RH, Whiteside-Mansell L, Brisby JA, et al. (1997) Parents' socioemotional investment in children Journal of Marriage and Family. 59: 77-90
Appelbaum M, Batten DA, Belsky J, et al. (1997) Familial factors associated with the characteristics of nonmaternal care for infants Journal of Marriage and Family. 59: 389-408
Bradley RH, Whiteside L, Mundfrom DJ, et al. (1995) Home environment and adaptive social behavior among premature, low birth weight children: alternative models of environmental action. Journal of Pediatric Psychology. 20: 347-62
Bradley RH, Caldwell BM. (1995) The Acts and Conditions of the Caregiving Environment Developmental Review. 15: 92-96
Bradley RH, Caldwell BM. (1995) Caregiving and the Regulation of Child Growth and Development: Describing Proximal Aspects of Caregiving Systems Developmental Review. 15: 38-85
Bradley RH, Mundfrom DJ, Whiteside L, et al. (1994) A reexamination of the association between HOME scores and income. Nursing Research. 43: 260-6
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