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Parental characteristics associated with childcare use during the first 4 years of life: Results from a representative cohort of Quebec families

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A study of the relationship between the use of formal, informal, or parental care and family socioeconomic and psycho-social characteristics, based on data in a large representative sample of 1,504 Quebec families during the child's first 4 years of life, from the Quebec Longitudinal Study of Child Development
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Canada

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