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Poverty, relationship conflict, and the regulation of cortisol in small and large group contexts at child care

An examination of the relationship between cortisol regulation and the relationship quality of children with thiermothers and teachers from data collected from 60 children living in poverty, in large and small classrooms, at a large, urban child care center in the northeastern United States in the summer of 2005
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