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Cortisol levels of caregivers in child care centers as related to the quality of their caregiving

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A study of the relationship between cortisol levels in the saliva of child care workers as a measure of stress and the quality of their caregiving behavior, based on data collected from 221 female child care workers from the southern and central regions of the Netherlands
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Netherlands

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