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Preschoolers? academic readiness: What role does the teacher-child relationship play?

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A study of the effects of the child-teacher relationship on school readiness as mediated by prosocial and aggressive behavior and peer group exclusion, in a convenience sample of 95 children and their teachers from six preschools in a metropolitan area of the Southwestern United States
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United States

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