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The impact of non-parental child care on child development: Evidence from the summer participation "dip"

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A study of the relationship of current and cumulative time spent in child care to infants' and toddlers' early mental development, based on an analysis of 9- and 24-month data from the Early Childhood Longitudinal Study, Birth Cohort, a nationally representative study of the development and early experiences of approximately 11,000 children born in 2001
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