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Maternal literacy beliefs and the quality of mother-child book-reading interactions: Associations with children's early literacy development

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An examination of the relationship between early literacy skills development and mothers? literacy-related beliefs, the home literacy environment, and the quality of mother?child book-reading interactions, based on questionnaires and observational data from 60 mothers and their preschool children
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United States

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