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The multiple subfunctions of attention: Differential developmental gateways to literacy and numeracy

Description:
A study of the trajectories and structure of attentional processes in early childhood and of the relationship of these processes to early literacy and numeracy skills, both concurrently and one year later, based on data collected from 83 3- through 6-year-old children
Resource Type:
Reports & Papers
Country:
United Kingdom; England

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