The role of the home environment in neurocognitive development of children living in extreme poverty and with frequent illnesses: a cross-sectional study.

Nampijja, Margaret; Kizindo, Robert; Apule, Barbara; Lule, Swaib; Muhangi, Lawrence; Titman, Andrew; Elliott, Alison; Alcock, Katie; Lewis, Charlie; (2018) The role of the home environment in neurocognitive development of children living in extreme poverty and with frequent illnesses: a cross-sectional study. Wellcome open research, 3. p. 152. DOI: https://doi.org/10.12688/wellcomeopenres.14702.1

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