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The evaluation of behavioural problems in the first three years of life: Comparing parents and early childhood educators

The study investigates the degree of agreement between mothers, fathers and educators in the evaluation of early childhood behavioural problems, through the CBCL 1 1/2-5. Data analysis indicates a good level of agreement between mothers and fathers, along with a significant divergence between parents and educators. (author abstract)
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