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Caregiver-child relationships as a context for continuity in child care

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Case studies of the caregiver-child relationships of 2 toddlers during their transitions from infant to preschool classrooms in a child care center, based on child-caregiver observations, child developmental reports, and caregiver journals, interviews, and perceptions of their child-caregiver relationships
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United States

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