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Do neighborhoods matter?: Exploring the relationships between neighborhood characteristics and family and child outcomes

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A study of the relationship between neighborhood violence, child behavior, and maternal depression among a sample of Head Start participating families, focusing on the added factors of family and social processes and parents' participation in Head Start
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