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Day care quality, family and child characteristics and socioemotional development

A study of child care quality in relationship to child and family characteristics, and their collective impact on the socioemotional development of fifty-two children analyzed through observation of the children?s internalizing and externalizing behaviors, as well as positive aspects of their functioning such as positive emotional expression and ego strength/effectance
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