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Early Head Start and African American families: Impacts and mechanisms of child outcomes

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A study of the effects of participation in Early Head Start (EHS) for both African American children at age 3 and their parents across developmental and parenting domains, and an examination of the mediating roles of parental cognitive stimulation, warmth, supportiveness, parental distress, and harshness on those effects, based on data from 778 African American families participating in the Early Head Start evaluation
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United States

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