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Neighborhoods as a developmental context: A multilevel analysis of neighborhood effects on Head Start families and children

A study of the relationships between neighborhood factors and children's cognitive and behavioral outcomes, including family and social factors that mediate and/or moderate these relationships, from an analysis of combined Head Start Family and Child Experiences Survey (FACES) and Census 2000 data
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United States

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