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Factors associated with South Korean early childhood educators' observed behavior support strategies

A study of the relationship between child and/or teacher characteristics and teachers' behavior support strategies, the relationship between those characteristics and strategies and observed behavioral problems in children, and the relationship between teacher reports of behavioral problems and observer reports of those problems, based on data from 34 South Korean early childhood educators
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South Korea

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