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Parent-caregiver relationships among beginning caregivers in Canada: A quantitative study

A comparison of parent and caregiver perceptions of their mutual relationships, and a study of the possible moderating roles of center type, child age, caregiver experience, parent experience, and caregiver teamwork, based on a sample of 166 parent-caregiver dyads from 27 child care centers in four regions of Quebec, Canada
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