alexa The Association of Parent-Reported Lead Exposure with Language Skills and Externalizing Behavioral Problems in Children

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The Association of Parent-Reported Lead Exposure with Language Skills and Externalizing Behavioral Problems in Children

An impressive amount of research has begun to suggest that language deficits and externalizing behavioral problems in children are closely connected. To this point, however, little research has been aimed at examining potential risk factors that might disrupt both the development of behavior and the acquisition of language in early childhood. Findings from empirical-based studies have consistently indicated that lead exposure is a risk factor for myriad negative outcomes in children. We build off this literature and examine the effects of lead exposure on both language development and externalizing problem behaviors.

   

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