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Testing maternal depression and attachment style as moderators of Early Head Start's effects on parenting

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A study of the moderating influences of both maternal depression and attachment style on the relationship between Early Head Start participation and maternal supportiveness, intrusiveness, spanking, and perceived negative interactions, based on data collected from 947 mothers
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United States

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