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Preschool experience: A facilitator of very low birthweight infants' development?

An examination of the effects of preschool participation on very low birthweight children's academic achievements and social competency as measured at age seven and compared with the achievements and competencies of normal birthweight children and very low birthweight children who did not attend preschool
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Northern Ireland; United Kingdom

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