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The Chances for Children teen parent-infant project: Results of a pilot intervention for teen mothers and their infants in inner city high schools

A study of the effects of the Chances for Children mental health intervention on the interactions of adolescent mothers and their infants, based on a sample of 85 mother-infant dyads participating in a child care program in New York City high schools
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Reports & Papers
United States
New York

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