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Mother-child bookreading in low-income families: Correlates and outcomes during the first three years of life

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An investigation of the impact of mother-child book reading on low income young children's cognitive and language development as well as an examination of book reading in relation to the Early Head Start intervention using data from the Early Head Start Research and Evaluation Project
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Reports & Papers
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United States
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Arkansas; California; Colorado; Iowa; Kansas; Michigan; Missouri; New York; Pennsylvania; South Carolina; Tennessee; Utah; Vermont; Virginia; Washington

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