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Stress, cortisol and well-being of caregivers and children in home-based child care: A case for differential susceptibility

An examination of the relationship between the perceived stress and cortisol levels of professional caregivers and the cortisol levels and well-being of children in their care, with an analysis of the moderating influence of child temperament on that relationship, based on data from 44 caregivers and 44 children in home-based child care in the Netherlands
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