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Effective behavior management in preschool classrooms and children's task orientation: Enhancing emergent literacy and language development

A study of relationships among preschool teachers' behavior management, children's task orientation, and both children's emergent literacy and language development, as well as the extent task orientation moderates the relationship between teachers' behavior management and children's emergent literacy and language development, based on data from 398 children from low-income backgrounds and 67 preschool teachers
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United States
Ohio; Virginia

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