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Hierarchical models of social competence in preschool children: A multisite, multinational study

An examination of the measured construct of Social Competence (SC) in preschool children that includes behavioral, cognitive, and affective skills, social engagement and motivation, and peer acceptance from a battery of indicators to confirm if a conceptual model of SC adequately characterized social competence in U.S. Head Start, Community, and University-managed samples, as well as Dutch and Portuguese samples
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United States; Portugal; Netherlands; Netherlands Antilles

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