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Effects of mothers' employment on toddlers' cognitive development: A study conducted in Karachi, Pakistan

A study of the relationships between toddlers' cognitive development and maternal employment, mothers' education, socioeconomic status and child care arrangements, based on a convenience sample of 100 children between 24 and 36 months of age and their mothers in Karachi, Pakistan
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