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Preschool antecedents of internalizing problems in children beginning school: The role of social maladaptation

A study of the quality of preschool age children?s social adaptation, namely peer acceptance, social skills, and social problem solving ability, as it relates to internalizing problem behavior following transition to kindergarten
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United States

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