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The role of teachers' depressive symptoms in classroom quality and child developmental outcomes in Early Head Start programs

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The present study examined whether teachers' depressive symptoms are directly and indirectly associated with children's social-emotional and language development in the context of Early Head Start (EHS) center-based programs. We used the EHS Family and Child Experiences Study (i.e., Baby FACES 2009) with a sample of 275 toddlers and 197 teachers in 72 programs. (author abstract)

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Reports & Papers
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United States

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