Precursors of language ability and academic performance: An inter-generational, longitudinal study of at-risk children
An investigation of the inter-generational transfer of risk through an examination of the relationship between the academic outcomes of children and maternal risk factors and expressive language shared by mothers and preschool-aged children, drawn from the Concordia Longitudinal Risk Project--a prospective study of French-speaking families from low-socioeconomic status neighborhoods in Montreal
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