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Marital satisfaction, family emotional expressiveness, home learning environments, and children's emergent literacy

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An investigation of associations among marital satisfaction, family emotional expressiveness, the home learning environment, and children's emergent literacy skills, based on data from 385 Midwestern mothers and their young children
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United States

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