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An evaluation of Best Families, a parenting education intervention program for Head Start families: The effects on child-rearing style, affirming communication, and children's behavior

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An evaluation of the effects of Best Families, a four-week, parenting intervention program for Head Start parents, on their parenting style, parent-child communication, and parent- and teacher-reported children's behavior
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