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Gender differences in the relationship between attention problems and expressive language and emerging academic skills in preschool-aged children

An examination of the relationship between attention problems, expressive language skills and knowledge of basic academic concepts in 19 boys and 23 girls, preschool-aged, from middle class families from rural communities in Western New York
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United States
New York

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