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Typology of emotional and behavioral adjustment for low-income children: A child-centered approach

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An identification of six categories of classroom behavioral adjustment and of the relationship between those profile types and child demographic characteristics, special needs status, and readiness competencies at the end of the year, based on data from 829 children enrolled in a large urban Head Start program in the Northeast
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United States

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