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Effect on preschoolers' literacy when never-married mothers get married

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An examination the relationships between children's vocabulary and family structure and a second study of possible mediators of that relationship that includes household income, quantity of maternal involvement with the child, and depressive symptoms of the primary caregiver, based on data from 2,800 mothers and their child at 9-months-old and again from both when the child was 48-months-old
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