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Parent-child and teacher-child relationships in Chinese preschoolers: The moderating role of preschool experiences and the mediating role of social competence

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A study of associations between parent-child and teacher-child relationships as moderated by children's preschool experiences and mediated by social competence, based on data from two samples of Chinese preschoolers, 443 in the first study, 118 in the second study, and their parents and teachers in Beijing
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