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Employed mothers and family day-care substitute caregivers: A comparative analysis of infant care

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A study of the comparative child care practices of maternal and non-maternal caregiving in own-home and unregulated family day care homes; a sample population of 30 caregivers- 10 employed mothers, 10 substitute caregivers, and 10 non-employed mothers- were observed in interaction with 5-6 month-old infants
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United States

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