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Adequacy of responses given by low income and middle income kindergarten children in structured adult-child conversations

A study of structured adult-child conversations, the ability of children to give adequate responses, and the contributing factors of the subjects? socioeconomic status and child care arrangements; the sample population included 15 black low-income children from a preschool intervention program, 15 black low-income children from a nonintervention program, and 15 middle-income children
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United States

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