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Children's engagement within the preschool classroom and their development of self-regulation

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A study of the relationship between children's self-regulation and children's engagement with teachers, peers, and tasks, based on data from 341 children enrolled in 100 early care and education classrooms located in a large urban region in the southwestern United States, and their teachers
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United States

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