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Mind-mindedness in infant child-care: Associations with early childhood practitioner sensitivity and stimulation

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A study of the relationship between components of mind-mindedness--the tendency of adults to ascribe mental states and processes when describing and interpreting children's behavior--and both practitioner qualification levels and quality of practitioner-infant interactions, based on data from 24 early childhood practitioners, paired with infants between 9 and 20 months old, in infant child care programs in Australia
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Australia

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