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Evaluating the efficacy of the Parents Activate Literacy Skills (PALS) program

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A study of the effect of the PALS parent implemented emergent literacy intervention and a study of the effect of Supportive Parenting Training on both the reading readiness of preschoolers and parent-child relationships among preschoolers and their caregivers in a sample 24 parents and their children 3 through 5 years who attend preschool
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Reports & Papers
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United States
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Florida

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