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The development of perceived scholastic competence and global self-worth in African American adolescents from low-income families: The roles of family factors, early educational interaction, and academic experience

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An analysis of the relationship between early childhood factors and the development of early and mid-adolescent self-esteem among African American youths from low-income families
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United States

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