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Boys, girls, and "two cultures" of child care

A comparison of child care quality differences by gender, and an exploration of the contributions of gender composition of the child care setting, child behavior, and structural, global, and care giving quality to those overall differences, based on data from a subset of 66 toddlers, between the ages of 24 and 35 months, from the Temperament Over Time Study (TOTS)
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United States

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