Academic competence in preschool: Exploring the role of close relationships and anxiety

Resource Type: Reports & Papers
Author(s): Wood, Jeffrey J.;
Date Issued: 2007
Publisher(s): Lawrence Erlbaum Associates
Description: A discussion of preschool children’s psychosocial pathway to school readiness and the importance of primary caregiver attachment as it relates to children’s anxiety, peer relationships and academic success, based on parent and teacher interviews and evaluations of 31 preschool children
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