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TYPES OF PRESCHOOL EXPERIENCE AND SOCIOMETRIC STATUS IN THE PRIMARY SCHOOL

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This study examines how different types of preschool experience may be related to subse- quent sociometric status in the primary school. A sociometric questionnaire was given to 187 primary school children. Those who had previously attended nursery schools or play-groups scored significantly higher than those who had attended nurseries or remained at home. The results are cautiously interpreted as evidence supporting the importance of pre-school experience for childhood social development but emphasizing that the type of experience may be crucial.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2003-01-01

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