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Temperament and social problem solving competence in preschool: Influences on academic skills in early elementary school

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A study of the relationship between measures of both shyness and inhibitory control and both social problem solving competence and academic achievement for both boys and girls, and an examination of the mediating role of social problem solving competence in preschool on the relationship between temperament and academic achievement in early elementary school, based on data from 1,117 children from the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development Study of Early Child Care and Youth Development Phase II

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United States

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