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Training early childhood educators to promote peer interactions: Effects on children's aggressive and prosocial behaviors

An experimental study of the effects of educators' participation in the Fostering Peer Interaction in Early Childhood Settings in-service training program on the aggressive and pro-social behaviors of preschool children, based on data from 17 early childhood educators randomly assigned to experimental and control groups and 68 preschool children, 4 from each educator's classroom
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