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Unique contributions of impulsivity and inhibition to prereading skills in preschoolers at Head Start

A study of the relationships between general cognitive ability, impulsivity, inhibition, letter knowledge, and print concepts in preschool children from disadvantaged backgrounds, based on data from 111 Head Start children
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United States

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