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Effectiveness of early intervention for children prenatally exposed to cocaine: Moderating effects of low birth weight on behavioral outcomes

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A study of the influence of low birth weight on the relationship between participation in the Linda Ray Intervention Project and the cognitive, language, and behavioral outcomes of children exposed prenatally to cocaine, based on data collected from 364 participation children
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Reports & Papers
Country:
United States
State(s):
Florida

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