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Long-term cumulative effects of childcare on children's mental development and socioemotional adjustment in a non-risk sample: The moderating effects of gender

A study of the effects of time in child care and caregiver child ratios on the cognitive and socioemotional development of 4-5 year old children, with an emphasis on gender differences
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United States
State(s)/Territories/Tribal Nation(s):
District of Columbia

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