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Differences in parent and teacher ratings of preschool problem behavior in a national sample: The significance of gender and SES

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An examination of the predominance of problem behavior for children at risk of displaying behavior problems in early care and education settings, differences of the probability for exhibiting behavior problems by gender and parent education, and differences in teacher- and parent-ratings in a national sample, based 320 children ages 2- to 5-years in early care and education centers, their parents and their teachers

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Reports & Papers
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United States

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