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Understanding cortisol reactivity across the day at child care: The potential buffering role of secure attachments to caregivers

A study of the relationship between children's sensitivity to stress across the day and children's attachment to mothers and/or lead teachers, and a second study of classroom quality and family backgrounds' influences on that relationship, based on data from 110 preschoolers in child care, their teachers, and primary caregivers
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United States

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