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Maternal evaluations of children's emergent literacy level, maternal mediation in book reading, and children's emergent literacy level: A comparison between SES groups

An examination of the correlations between socioeconomic status, children's emergent literacy levels, their mothers' assessments of reading progress, and maternal mediation during reading activities, based on evaluations of 84 kindergarten students and their mothers
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