The association between preschool children's social functioning and their emergent academic skills
Arnold, David H.;
Voegler-Lee, Mary Ellen;
Marshall, Nastassja A.;
||A study of the relationship between social functioning and emergent academic development that includes an examination of gender, ethnicity, and children's feelings about school as moderators of that relationship, based on data from 467 preschool children from 84 classrooms at 44 different centers, as part of a larger study on preventing academic and externalizing difficulties
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