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The impact of early childhood educators on conduct problems in preschool children

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A study of the impact of a conduct problem prevention program, including a parent component, on conduct problems in preschool children, based on data from 40 intervention and 23 control lead and assistant early childhood educators from 14 Head Start programs and parents of 328 children randomly assigned to intervention and control conditions

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United States
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Washington

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