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Children's wellbeing and cortisol levels in home-based and center-based childcare

A comparison of levels of children's cortisol and well being in either home- or center-based care, and at home, and associated care indices and child characteristics, based on data and video observations from 71 children from child care homes and 45 children from child care centers, ages 20 through 40 months
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