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Developmental pathways to integrated social skills: The roles of parenting and early intervention

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A study of the effect of Early Head Start participation on children's self-regulation, and a study of the roles of family risks, parenting-related stresses, and parent-child interactions in the acquisition of self-regulatory skills, based on data from the National Early Head Start Evaluation Study, 3,001 families with young children measured at 14, 24, and 36 months
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United States

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