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A preliminary study of low-income African American fathers' play interactions with their preschool-age children

An investigation of the association between low income African-American fathers' play interactions with their children and both the fathers' self-esteem levels and feelings toward the children's mothers, based on data from 33 African-American men with preschool children enrolled in a Head Start program
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United States

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