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Social-emotional learning profiles of preschoolers' early school success: A person-centered approach

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An examination of emotion knowledge, emotional and social behaviors, social problem-solving, and self-regulation, clustered to typify groups of children who differ by early school adjustment and academic success, based on data from 275 4-year-olds from private child care centers and Head Start and their preschool and kindergarten teachers in the Northern Virginia area
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Reports & Papers
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United States
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Virginia

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