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The import of the cortisol rise in child care differs as a function of behavioral inhibition

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An investigation of the association between rising cortisol levels of children in child care and their development of anxious, internalized, and inhibited behaviors, after controlling for home environment and child care quality, based on assessments of 107 children aged 3 through 4.5
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United States

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