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A person-oriented approach to understanding dimensions of parenting in low-income mothers

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An identification, at multiple time points, of groups of parents that share similar profiles of parenting, and an examination of the relationship between those group differences and other individual, family, and context characteristics, based on data from a sample of 2,631 low income Early Head Start mothers from the Early Head Start Research and Evaluation Project (EHSREP)
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United States

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