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Preschool peer interactions and readiness to learn: Relationships between classroom peer play and learning behaviors and conduct

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An inquiry into the role of peer play in the development of both learning and problem behaviors in children, based on a sample of 556 low-income children and 43 teachers from 14 Head Start centers in a northeastern city, evaluated using the Penn Interactive Peer Play Scale (PIPPS), and the Preschool Learning Behaviors Scale (PLBS) or the Conners Teacher Rating Scale (CTRS)
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United States

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