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Attachment relationships as predictors of language skills for at-risk bilingual preschool children

A study of the association between both English and Spanish language competence and the type of attachment relationship between preschool children and both their teachers and parents, and an examination of differences by child gender and level of parental acculturation, based on data collected from a sample of 468 Hispanic American children attending 7 urban child care or early childhood centers
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United States

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