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The transition to school: Adaptation in young children with and without intellectual disability

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An examination of young children's transition process to school, comparing young children with special needs to typically developing young children and investigating predictors of successful transitions to school, including child self-regulation, IQ, adaptive behavior, and parent and teacher-reported social skills
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Reports & Papers
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United States
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California

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