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The literacy environment of preschool classrooms: Contributions to children's emergent literacy growth

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An examination of the associations between the physical and psychological literacy environment of preschool classrooms, the extent to which physical and psychological literacy environments of preschool classrooms are associated with children's literacy gains over an academic year, and the extent to which relationships between the physical literacy environment and children's literacy gains are moderated by the psychological literacy environment, based on data from 30 preschool teachers and 209 children from their classrooms
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United States

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