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Infant day care and children's social competence

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A study of the relationship of the quantity and quality of center-based child care to toddlers? social interactions and the development of their social competence, based on questionnaires, home based evaluations, and direct observation of 36 toddlers in three center-based child care facilities who had first entered nonparental child care while infants
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United States

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