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Young children's social information processing: Family antecedents and behavioral correlates

Description:
An examination of the relationship between social information processing (SIP) and behavior problems in preschool and first grade children, using longitudinal data to support correlations between parent and child SIP, socioeconomic status, and varying externalized behaviors in children
Resource Type:
Reports & Papers
Country:
United States

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