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Multiple moves found harmful to poor young children

Poor children who move three or more times before age five have more behavior problems than their peers, according to a longitudinal, representative study of children born in 20 large US cities between 1998 and 2000. Children who moved three or more times exhibited more attention problems, anxiousness, and aggressiveness at age 5.
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