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Child care, work, and depressive symptoms among low-income mothers

An examination of the correlation between symptoms of psychological depression among working mothers living in low income urban areas and variables associated with welfare participation, employment characteristics, and child care quality, based on data from 707 Philadelphia mothers participating in the Philadelphia Survey of Child Care and Work (PSCCW)
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United States

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