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Social-emotional problems in early childhood and the development of depressive symptoms in school-age children

A study of the relationship between teacher-reported socioemotional problems in preschool and self-reported depressive symptoms at age 8, and a study of the influence of gender on this relationship, based on a longitudinal study of 25 boys and 31 girls recruited from child care centers in one New England urban area
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United States

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