A behavior-genetic study of the legacy of early caregiving experiences: Academic skills, social competence, and externalizing behavior in kindergarten
A behavior-genetic study of associations between early parental support and academic skills, social competence, and externalizing behavior in kindergarten, based on assessments, at 24 months and approximately age 4, of a sample of 485 same-sex twin pairs from the Early Childhood Longitudinal Study-Birth Cohort (ECLS-B), born in 2001, and tracked through kindergarten
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