Socioeconomic disadvantage and ethnicity are associated with large differences in children’s working memory ability: analysis of a prospective birth cohort study following 13,500 children

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References: Mooney, K.E., Pickett, K.E., Shire, K. et al. Socioeconomic disadvantage and ethnicity are associated with large differences in children’s working memory ability: analysis of a prospective birth cohort study following 13,500 children. BMC Psychol 10, 67 (2022). https://doi.org/10.1186/s40359-022-00773-0

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Mooney, K.E., Pickett, K.E., Shire, K., Allen, R.J., Waterman, A.H.

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