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Preschool speech, language skills, and reading at 7, 9, and 10 years: Etiology of the relationship

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Twin analyses to assess the contributions of genetic and environmental factors to the longitudinal relationships between speech and reading skills at 4½-years-old and language and reading skills at 7-, 9-, and 10-years-old, based on data from 1,672 children born in England and Wales from the Twins Early Development Study
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Wales; United Kingdom; England

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