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Buffering boys and boosting girls: The protective and promotive effects of Early Head Start for children's expressive language in the context of parenting stress

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An examination of the relationship between parenting stress and language development of boys and girls, the mediating role of Early Head Start participation, and variation by gender in that relationship, based on data from 3,001 study participants in the national Early Head Start Research and Evaluation (EHSRE) study, and a detailed examination of a subset of 146 participants from a dataset associated with one EHSRE site
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United States

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