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Who's reading to children in low-income families?: The influence of paternal, maternal and child characteristics

A search for family characteristics associated with the frequency of both maternal and paternal book reading sessions at different stages of children's toddlerhood, based on data from a self-selected subsample of 766 families from a larger study of Early Head Start participants
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United States

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