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Violence prevention in early childhood: Implementing the Second Step curriculum in child care and Head Start classrooms

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An evaluation of the Second Step program as a curriculum to decrease aggressive behaviors in preschoolers, focusing on teaching empathy, perspective taking, impulse control, and social problem solving skills, in four New York early childhood centers
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United States
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New York

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