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Caregivers' cortisol levels and perceived stress in home-based and center-based childcare

A comparison of professional caregivers' perceived and physiological stress at work and at home, a comparison of stress between home-based and center-based child care providers, a study of associations between stress and quality of provider care, and examination of the moderating influence of working hours on stress and caregiver behavior, based on data from 55 female caregivers from child care homes and 46 female caregivers from child care centers in the Netherlands
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