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Behavior problems in African American boys and girls attending Head Start programs in violent neighborhoods

An examination of behavioral problems, and their severity, exhibited by African American children attending a Head Start program in a violent neighborhood, based on a sample of 312 mothers of Head Start children in the Washington, D.C.-metro area, who assessed their children using the Child Behavior Checklist (CBCL)
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