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Testing a series of causal propositions relating time in child care to children?s externalizing behavior

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An examination, through a series of longitudinal analyses, of the relationship between child care hours and externalizing behavior, moderated by child care quality and portion of time with a large group of peers, from 1,364 family participants in the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development Study of Early Child Care and Youth Development
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United States

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