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A structural model of the effects of preschool attention on kindergarten literacy

A longitudinal study of the mediating role of early literacy skills on the relationship between preschoolers' attention and kindergarten decoding abilities, based on data from 250 children attending public, lottery-funded prekindergarten in 26 classrooms in 18 schools from three urban and metropolitan counties in northeast Georgia
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