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A Systematic Review of Cognition in Homeless Children and Adolescents
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This study sought to answer two major questions:
• Do homeless children and adolescents exhibit cognitive impairments?
• Are homeless children and adolescents more cognitively impaired than disadvantaged, domiciled children from comparable backgrounds?
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2007
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