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Preschool classroom behavioral context and school readiness outcomes for low-income children: A multilevel examination of child- and classroom-level influences

A study of the relationships among children's overactive and underactive problem behavior at year start, accumulation of those behaviors, shared peer behavioral environment, cognitive skills, social engagement, and coordinated movement at the end the year, based on data from a cohort of 3,861 low-income children enrolled in 229 urban Head Start classrooms
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United States

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