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The instructional and emotional quality of parent-child book reading and Early Head Start children's learning outcomes

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A study of the relationships among infants' and toddlers' cognitive, expressive, and auditory communication scores and score change over 8 months and both extra-textual talk and emotional qualities of parent behavior during shared book reading and a study of the statistical interactions between emotional quality, extra-textual talk, and differences observed in families speaking English and Spanish based on data from 81 parents and their children in home-based Early Head Start programs in rural counties in the Midwest
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