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Examining the dimensionality of effortful control in preschool children and its relation to academic and socioemotional indicators

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A study of effortful control (EC) in preschool children and an exploration of the relationship between EC dimensions and both emergent literacy and socioemotional competence, based on data from 234 preschool children in 16 preschools in Northern Florida
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Reports & Papers
Country:
United States
State(s):
Florida

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