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Correlates of curiosity and exploratory behavior in preschool disadvantaged children

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A study of a pilot project with the objectives of developing measures of curiosity and exploratory behavior appropriate for disadvantaged preschool children, as well as the relationship between curiosity and other aspects of functioning; a sample population of 18 four year-old African-American children in Head Start programs were assessed
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