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The relationship between parenting stress, parental intelligence and child behavior problems in a study of Korean preschool mothers

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An examination of the relationship between parenting stress, parental intelligence, and child behavior problems, based on a study of 436 mothers in South Korea with children enrolled in a preschool program
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South Korea

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