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Differential susceptibility to rearing experience: The case of childcare

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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United States

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