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Depression in nonfamilial caregivers of young children: Prevalence and associations with caregiver behavior in child care settings

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A study examining the prevalence of depressive symptoms among non relative caregivers of young children, and the association between caregivers' symptoms and the quality of their interactions with children in various child care settings
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Reports & Papers
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Country:
United States

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