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Effects of divorce and cohabitation dissolution on preschoolers' literacy

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A study of the association between children's early literacy and changes in the marital and cohabitation status of their parents, with an examination of the mediating roles of changes in household income, changes in depressive symptoms, changes in maternal stimulation of child learning, and mothers' pregnancy timing, based on data from approximately 6,450 children in the Early Childhood Longitudinal Survey-Birth cohort followed at 24 and 48 months
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