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Examining associations between effortful control and teacher-child relationships in relation to Head Start children's socioemotional adjustment

An examination of the associations between socioemotional adjustment and both child effortful control and teacher-child relationships, based on a study of 140 rural low income 4- and 5-year-old Head Start children (77 boys and 63 girls), their parents, lead teachers, and teacher assistants
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United States

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