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Parental work schedules and children's cognitive trajectories

A study of the associations between parental nonstandard work schedules and children's reading and math trajectories measured at ages 5 and 6 and at 13 and 14 and an examination of the possible mediating influences of after school care, parent-child relationship quality, and home environment, based on data from 7,105 children from the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth
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United States

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