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Links among home literacy environment, literacy interest, and emergent literacy skills in preschoolers at risk for reading difficulties

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A study of the extent to which children's self-reports of interest in literacy activities and parents' reports of the home literacy environment are associated with children's code-related emergent literacy skills, and the extent to which patterns of associations among children's interest, home literacy, and code-related skills are different for children with lower receptive language compared to children with age-level receptive language scores, based on data from 81 4- and 5-year-old children and their parents in small to midsized Midwestern towns
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United States

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