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Interpersonal problem solving in preschool and first grade: Developmental change and ecological validity

A longitudinal investigation into the correlation between interpersonal cognitive problem solving skills (ICPS), behavior problems and social competence, and developmental progress in children, based on a sample of 208 children in a Head Start center studied over 2 years, using the Preschool Interpersonal Problem Solving (PIPS) task
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United States

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