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Behavior problems among young children in low-income urban day care centers

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A description of the frequency and correlation of behavior problems, the degree to which parents and teachers agree about the children?s behavior problems in their respective contexts, and family characteristics that distinguish toddlers with behavior problems both at home and at day care from the rest of the sample, based on a sample of parents of 2- and 3-year-old children from low-income families
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United States
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Illinois

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