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The joint influence of mother and father parenting on child cognitive outcomes at age 5

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An assessment of the association between both maternal and paternal supportiveness during toddlerhood and young children?s math and language achievement at age 5 in a sample of 200 low-income two-parent homes participating in the Early Head Start Research and Evaluation Project
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United States

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