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Alberta Benchmark Survey 2008: What Adults Know About Child Development Open Access
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Johnston, David W.
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Calgary Health Region, Alberta; Capital Health Region, Alberta; Rural Health Regions, Alberta
2007-09-28 - 2008-03-18
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Kind of data: SurveyThe Alberta Benchmark Survey (2008) is a computer-assisted telephone survey that aimed to learn what adults and parents in Alberta knew about children's developmental milestones and strategies to support optimal child development. As well, the survey aimed to obtain information about Albertans' beliefs about child care and children's issues, where parents obtained information about child development, and what parenting strategies they used. Individuals living in Alberta and over the age of 18 were eligible if they had contact with a child under the age of 14 within 6 months and had a phone that could be accessed by random direct dialing.
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Alberta Centre for Child, Family and Community Research
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