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Clinical Child and Family Psychology Review - DOI: 10.1007/s10567-019-00283-3
The Direct and Indirect Relations Between Self-Regulation and Language Development Among Monolinguals and Dual Language Learners

Emily Hanno · Sarah Surrain ·

Psychology Medicine
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This presentation and accompanying methodology explores the details and implications of this emerging phenomenon and is addressed by supporting materials, data and recommendations addressing the challenges of diverging language pathways between social media and English for specific purposes.

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Caregiver Implementation of a Home-Based Reading Program With Their Children With Disabilities: Patterns of Adherence [10.1177/0731948718786231]


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