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Shared-reading versus oral storytelling: Associations with preschoolers' prosocial skills and problem behaviours

A study of relationships between shared reading and oral storytelling practices, emotion state talk and evaluative judgments, and prosocial and problem behaviors, with an examination of child gender, family background, maternal literacy, and children's language skills as mediators, based on observations of 33 mother-child dyads from a Head Start program in Virginia and private child care centers in Florida
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United States
Florida; Virginia

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