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Strayhorn Joseph M., Weidman Carla S., September 1988
Instruments
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Trivette Carol M., Dunst Carl J., 1988
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Cohen Sheldon, Williamson Gail M., 1988
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Hammill Donald D., Larsen Stephen C., 1988
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Kohn Martin, 1988
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Rubin Kenneth H., 1988
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DeLongis Anita, Folkman Susan, Lazarus Richard S., 1988
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Simeonsson Rune J., Bailey, Jr. Donald B., 1988
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Barnard Kathryn, 1988
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Bloom Allan S., Allard Anna Mary, Zelko Frank A.J., 1988
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Cooper Cary, Sloan Stephen J., Williams Stephen, 1988
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Watson David, Clark Lee Anna, Tellegen Auke, 1988
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Caldwell Bettye M., Bradley Robert H., 1988
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Wilkinson Louise Cherry, 1988
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An overview of current research and theory on within-class grouping for learning during early school years, and its influence on children?s learning in school
Howes Carollee, 1988
Reports & Papers
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A study of peer interactions and friendships amongst 1 to 6-year-old children to assess predicted sequences and individual differences in the early development of social competence with peers; the study?s design was both cross-sectional and…