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Implications of Japan's center-based night care: A 1-year follow-up

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A longitudinal study of the effects of licensed center-based extended-hour child care, and the quality of parent behavior, on the social, vocabulary, motor, and intelligence development of a sample of 866 children in Japan
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Japan

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