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Mothers? and caregivers? interactive and teaching behavior with toddlers

Description:
A comparison of the quality of mothers? and caregivers? interactive and teaching behaviors in one-on-one free play interactions with children, based on observations of a sample of 90 toddlers from 16 randomly selected Israeli child care centers
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Reports & Papers
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Country:
Israel

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