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The reciprocal relations between teachers' perceptions of children's behavior problems and teacher-child relationships in the first preschool year

A longitudinal study of the changes in the relationship between measures of child behavior problems and measures of both closeness and conflict between teachers and children during children's first year of preschool, based on data collected from two cohorts of over 100 children from Beijing
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