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Household chaos: a risk factor for adverse child outcomes gains attention in public health
BMC Public Health
Household chaos, characterized by high levels of confusion, disorganization and hurriedness in the home, is increasingly recognized as an important risk factor for adverse child outcomes. Early research on household chaos and child well-being was largely within the field of developmental psychology, where greater levels of household chaos has been associated with greater behavioral, attention and learning problems in young children. The potential influence of household chaos on child healthdoi:10.1186/s12889-020-08680-y pmid:32357857 fatcat:2vwthsgzmrcpdiext6vbxq5naa