Mother Or Market? Effects Of Maternal Employment On Cognitive Development Of Four-Year-Old Children
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- Sonalde Desai & P. L. Chase-Lansdale & Robert Michael, "undated". "Mother or Market? Effects of Maternal Employment on Cognitive Development of Four-year-old Children," University of Chicago - Population Research Center 88-11, Chicago - Population Research Center.
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