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Do type of childcare and age of entry predict behavior problems during early childhood?: Results from a large Norwegian longitudinal study

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A study of the relationship between center care or family day care during the first, second, or third year of life and externalizing and internalizing problems at age 3, and the moderation of that relationship by child's gender, mother's and father's level of education, and family income, based on data from 73,068 children from the nationally representative and longitudinal Norwegian Mother and Child Cohort Study
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Norway

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