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This two-year project is a pilot study of Taiwan Child Development Databank, aiming to (1) construct the framework of Taiwan Child Development Databank, (2) develop the tools to measure the cognitive-language, social-emotional, and motor development in young children aged from 0 to 5 and to assess the home and child care environments children are exposed to, and (3) explore the interrelationships across domains of child development, home and child care environments. The framework of Taiwan Child Development Databank, the potential research topics, and the assessment tools will be developed on the first year of this study. A representative sample of children aged 6, 12, 15, 24, 36 and 54 months old, with 100 subjects at each age group, will be recruited from New Taipei City to join this study on the second year of this project. These children and their home and child care environments will be assessed using the tools developed on the first year of this study with the purpose to test the feasibility, reliability and validity of these tools and to explore some potential topics related to child development in Taiwan. Establishing Taiwan Child Development Databank will provide evidence-based information for policy making as well as important implications for early prevention and early intervention programs for young children.
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