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Cronbach's alpha coefficient of PPVT-III for the EHSRE Longitudinal Follow-Up study sample was .96 (Love et al., 2011).
Cronbach's alpha coefficient in the EHSRE Longitudinal Follow-Up study was reported as .84 (Love et al., 2011).
In the EHSRE Longitudinal Follow-Up study, two composites scores were calculated: Cognitive Social and Emotional Regulation.
The EHSRE Longitudinal Follow-Up study team selected 19 items of the Aggressive Behavior subscale to capture the children's aggressive behavior (Love et al., 2011).
In the EHSRE Longitudinal Follow-Up, 12 items were selected from the original scale to assess parent's depressive symptoms.
One of the HOME authors, however, argues that traditional psychometric properties are not helpful for indicators measuring all aspects of home environments influencing child well-being (Bradley, 2004), and the psychometric properties were not reported for the EHSRE Longitudinal Follow-Up study (Love et al., 2011).
The EHS status was also included in the GLM analyses because the current study was embedded in the EHSRE randomized experimental design study.
The study used data taken from 2,960 mothers and children (out of 2,977 total cases in the EHSRE database).
We benefited from the EHSRE's excellent data collection methods.
A limitation to the finding of this study is that EHSRE used only a portion of the original Schaefer and Edgerton (1985) parenting attitudes measure.
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