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Preschoolers' emergent literacy skills: The mediating role of maternal reading beliefs

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A study of the mediating influence of maternal reading beliefs on the relationship between maternal education and children's print knowledge and phonological awareness, based on data from 92 mothers and their preschool children from at risk households in two counties in a Mid-Atlantic state
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United States

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