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Neurocognitive perspectives in language outcomes of Early Head Start: Language and cognitive stimulation and maternal depression

A study of the relationships between child vocabulary and socioeconomic status, Early Head Start participation, and caregiver variables, based on data collected from 2,948 children and their primary caregivers at 17 locations across the country from the Early Head Start Research and Evaluation Study
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United States

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