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Differential contributions of three parenting dimensions to preschool literacy and social skills in a middle-income sample

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An investigation of the relationships among home learning environment and affective dimensions of parenting practices and both the social and demographic backgrounds of families of preschoolers, and an examination of the relationship of these practices to children's literacy and learning related social skills, based on data from 229 families of preschoolers in a middle-income community enrolled a larger Pathways to Literacy study
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United States

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