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High-quality interactions with infants: Relationships with early childhood practitioners' interpretations and qualification levels in play and routine contexts

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An investigation of factors related to levels of sensitivity and stimulation in caregiver-infant interactions in play and routine contexts from videorecordings of 24 practitioners paired with 9- through 20-month-old infants in infant child care
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Australia

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