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Child Attention Problems at Year 5
(by housing status years 1–5)

Source: ICPH analysis of Fragile Families and Child Wellbeing data. n = 1,304. Excluded are children whose mothers did not participate in the year-five, 18-city, or in-home surveys, who did not live with their mothers at least half of the time at year five, or who lived in families with an average (baseline to year five) income-to-poverty ratio greater than 1.25. Differences in attention problems are statistically significant at 10% for all groups.

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