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The relation of maternal emotional and cognitive support during problem solving to pre-academic skills in preschoolers

A study of the relationships between pre-academic skills at age 4 and age 3 maternal emotional and cognitive support during a problem-solving task, the quality of the home learning environment, and child emotional responsiveness, based on data from 263 mother-child dyads from preschools and child care centers in a small Southeastern city
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United States

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