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The impact of maternal mental health on parenting quality and child outcomes in Early Head Start

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A study of the relationship between maternal depression, parenting quality and a variety of child development outcomes and an examination of the relationship between participation in Early Head Start and maternal depression, parenting, and a variety of child development outcomes from a secondary analysis of data from Early Head Start Research and Evaluation Study
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United States

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