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Parental involvement, parenting behaviors, and children's cognitive development in low-income and minority families

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A longitudinal study of the effects of parental participation in Head Start parenting classes, group socialization, or support groups on child cognitive and linguistic outcomes in several populations of low income and ethnic/linguistic minority families, based on data collected from an experimental group of 1,503 families and a control group of 1,474 families between 1996 and 2001
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United States

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