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Intervention with siblings of children with developmental disabilities from economically disadvantaged families

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A random assignment evaluation of the effects of an after school program designed for children with developmentally disabled siblings on their socioemotional adjustment, social support, stress, family functioning, and sibling relationship, based on pre- and post-intervention child questionnaires
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United States

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