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The effects of Healthy Steps on discipline strategies of parents and toddlers

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An examination of the effects of Healthy Steps (HS), a national demonstration project to provide support for parents of young children through the pediatrician?s office, in changing discipline strategies used by participants when the child was approximately 1 1/2 years old and again at age 3 and whether HS differentially influenced discipline strategies based on family and child characteristics such as race/ethnicity, social class, and birth order
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United States

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