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Preschool peer interactions and readiness to learn: Relationships between classroom peer play and learning behaviors and conduct

An inquiry into the role of peer play in the development of both learning and problem behaviors in children, based on a sample of 556 low-income children and 43 teachers from 14 Head Start centers in a northeastern city, evaluated using the Penn Interactive Peer Play Scale (PIPPS), and the Preschool Learning Behaviors Scale (PLBS) or the Conners Teacher Rating Scale (CTRS)
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