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Differential susceptibility to rearing experience: The case of childcare

Description:
An examination of the relationship between child temperament and time spent in care, child care type, and care quality for children at 54 months and in kindergarten from a secondary analysis of National Institute of Child Health and Development Study of Early Child Care data
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Reports & Papers
Country:
United States

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