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The interaction of early maternal responsiveness and children?s cognitive abilities on later decoding and reading comprehension skills

A longitudinal study of the associations between responsive parenting in early childhood, children?s cognitive abilities in preschool, and reading comprehension at age 8, based a sample of 238 low-income children including a subsample with very low birth weight (VLBW)
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United States

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