Family reading behavior and early literacy skills in preschool children from low-income backgrounds
A study of the relationship between family reading behavior and child literacy skills in a sample of 233 low-income preschoolers attending Head Start, and an examination of the role of demographic variables in predicting early literacy skills
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Parent-child interaction and early literacy development [Special issue]