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How home gets to school: Parental control strategies predict children's school readiness

Description:
Two studies of the relationship between both family autonomy support and coercive control and children's school readiness, with an examination of children's social skills and mastery motivation as mediators, based on data from a preschool sample of 199 children in Head Start and a preschool to elementary transition sample of 344 children
Resource Type:
Reports & Papers
Country:
United States

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