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First-year maternal employment and child development in the first 7 years

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A study of the relationships between the hours worked by mothers in the first year of their children's lives and the socioemotional and cognitive development of their children at age 3, age 4.5, and in first grade, and a study of differences in these relationships in samples of white and African American children, based on a secondary analysis of data collected from over 1,000 families from 10 areas throughout the United States
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United States

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