The relationship between maternal beliefs and behavior during shared reading
A study of the relationship between techniques used by mothers during shared reading sessions and maternal beliefs about the purpose of shared reading, and an examination of differences in the reading-related beliefs and practices of mothers of boys and girls, based on a sample of 50 mothers and their young children
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Parent-child interaction and early literacy development [Special issue]