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Variables involved in personal, social and school adjustment in a sample of preschool-aged children from different cultural backgrounds

A comparison of cognitive development, academic achievement, behavioral problems, and attitudes toward learning in indigenous Spanish children and immigrant children from both Spanish- and non-Spanish speaking countries, with an examination of relationships between parent- and teacher-reported behavior problems and preschoolers' attitudes toward learning, and between parents' child-rearing practices, and children's behavior problems, learning behaviors, school performance, and language proficiency, based on data from 176 Spanish-speaking 4- and 5-year-olds in preschool, and their parents, in greater Granada, Spain
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