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Early care experiences: Their relation to social skills and behavior in kindergarten

An investigation of the relationship between the number of years children receive parental care and their social skills in kindergarten, and an examination of the mediating variables of gender and socioeconomic status, based on data collected from 43 children at a kindergarten in Murrieta, California
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United States

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