Wen-Jui Han
Wen-Jui Han
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Maternal employment and child cognitive outcomes in the first three years of life: The NICHD study of early child care
J Brooks–Gunn, WJ Han, J Waldfogel
Child development 73 (4), 1052-1072, 2002
8082002
The effects of early maternal employment on child cognitive development
J Waldfogel, WJ Han, J Brooks-Gunn
Demography 39 (2), 369-392, 2002
5242002
The effects of early maternal employment on later cognitive and behavioral outcomes
WJ Han, J Waldfogel, J Brooks‐Gunn
Journal of Marriage and Family 63 (2), 336-354, 2001
4372001
Maternal employment and child development: a fresh look using newer methods.
JL Hill, J Waldfogel, J Brooks-Gunn, WJ Han
Developmental psychology 41 (6), 833, 2005
2892005
Parental leave policies and parents' employment and leave‐taking
WJ Han, C Ruhm, J Waldfogel
Journal of Policy Analysis and Management: The Journal of the Association …, 2009
2682009
Maternal nonstandard work schedules and child cognitive outcomes
WJ Han
Child development 76 (1), 137-154, 2005
2372005
First-year maternal employment and child development in the first 7 years
J Brooks-Gunn, WJ Han, J Waldfogel
Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development, i-148, 2010
201*2010
Nonstandard work schedules and child care decisions: Evidence from the NICHD Study of Early Child Care
WJ Han
Early Childhood Research Quarterly 19 (2), 231-256, 2004
1722004
The academic trajectories of children of immigrants and their school environments.
WJ Han
Developmental psychology 44 (6), 1572, 2008
1622008
Parental leave: The impact of recent legislation on parents’ leave taking
WJ Han, J Waldfogel
Demography 40 (1), 191-200, 2003
1602003
Bilingualism and academic achievement
WJ Han
Child development 83 (1), 300-321, 2012
1592012
Child care costs and women's employment: a comparison of single and married mothers with pre‐school‐aged children
W Han, J Waldfogel
Social Science Quarterly 82 (3), 552-568, 2001
1542001
Fathers' leave, fathers' involvement and child development: Are they related? Evidence from four OECD countries
M del Carmen Huerta, W Adema, J Baxter, WJ Han, M Lausten, RH Lee, ...
OECD, 2013
1402013
Parents’ nonstandard work schedules and child well-being: A critical review of the literature
J Li, SE Johnson, WJ Han, S Andrews, G Kendall, L Strazdins, A Dockery
The journal of primary prevention 35 (1), 53-73, 2014
1382014
Child care and school performance in Denmark and the United States
G Esping-Andersen, I Garfinkel, WJ Han, K Magnuson, S Wagner, ...
Children and Youth Services Review 34 (3), 576-589, 2012
1262012
Time for children: Trends in the employment patterns of parents, 1967–2009
L Fox, WJ Han, C Ruhm, J Waldfogel
Demography 50 (1), 25-49, 2013
1242013
Parental work schedules and adolescent risky behaviors.
WJ Han, DP Miller, J Waldfogel
Developmental psychology 46 (5), 1245, 2010
1202010
Head start participation and school readiness: Evidence from the early childhood longitudinal study–birth cohort.
RH Lee, F Zhai, J Brooks-Gunn, WJ Han, J Waldfogel
Developmental psychology 50 (1), 202, 2014
1142014
Bilingualism and socioemotional well-being
WJ Han
Children and Youth Services Review 32 (5), 720-731, 2010
1092010
Shift work and child behavioral outcomes
WJ Han
Work, Employment and Society 22 (1), 67-87, 2008
982008
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