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Effects of childcare responsibility and self-efficacy on the wellness of working women with young children

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An analysis of the relationship between child care responsibility and efficacy beliefs and the well-being and stress level of employed, married mothers with young children, based on a sample of 117 women with children under age 6, from Staten Island, New York
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United States
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New York

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