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Out-of-school time-use during middle childhood in a low-income sample: Do combinations of activities affect achievement and behaviour?
An examination of low income children's activity patterns while in out of school hours child care that considers how activities might affect children's cognitive and behavioral outcomes
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(SRDC Working Paper Series No. 04-06). Ottawa, Ontario, Canada: Social Research Demonstration Corporation. Retrieved June 6, 2006, from http://www.srdc.org/uploads/morris_kalil.pdf
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