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Phonological awareness, peer nominations, and social competence among preschool children at risk for developing learning disabilities

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An examination of the relations between phonological awareness skills and socioemotional competence in a sample of Israeli preschool children considered at risk for developing learning disabilities as compared with a sample of typically developing Israeli preschool children
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Israel

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