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Emotionally competent caregiving: Relations among teacher-child interaction patterns, teachers? beliefs about emotions, and children?s emotional competence

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An examination of the relationships between children's age, gender, ethnicity, and understanding of emotions and 44 preschool teachers' emotion knowledge, modeling of positive and negative emotions, responses to children's emotional expressions, and their direct instruction of emotional knowledge and behavior, from questionnaires, classroom observations, and a storytelling task involving 271 3- through 6-year-old children in Head Start or private child care centers
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United States

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