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Enhancing the interactions of teenage mothers and their at-risk children: Effectiveness of a maternal-focused intervention

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A study of the effect of the Parents and Children Experiencing Success (PACES) parent training intervention on the maternal responsiveness of adolescent parents and the language development of their infants and toddlers, based on an experimental group of 48 mother-child dyads and a control group of 46 dyads
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Reports & Papers
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United States

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