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  • Understand Child and Young Person
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  • Financial Literacy Among the Young
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  • communication with children
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  • reading and deaf children
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  • effect of parenting style on the academic development of children
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  • Abducted by a UFO: prevalence information affects young children's false memories for an implausible event
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  • Studies Have Shown That Music Enhances Children’s Overall Development
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  • Impact of media on children
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  • Intelligent Responses
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  • arts in lives of children
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  • Government Responses to Genocide
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  • NOTE
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