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Schooling effects on preschoolers' self-regulation, early literacy, and language growth

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An examination of the influence of preschool attendance on children's self-regulation and early language and literacy skills, based on assessments of 76 children assessed in the fall and spring of either their first or second years of preschool
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United States

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