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Contextual risk, maternal negative emotionality, and the negative emotion dysregulation of preschool children from economically disadvantaged families

A study of the relationships among preschool teachers' reports of child negative emotion dysregulation, maternal negative emotionality, and both family stability and neighborhood characteristics, based on a survey of the mothers and teachers of 113 children at an urban Head Start center
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United States

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