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Q-sort assessment of child-teacher attachment relationships and social competence in the preschool

An investigation of the links between child social competence and child-teacher attachment relationships, and the compensatory function of such relationships in cases of insecure child-mother attachment relationships, based on a sample of sixty-two children, mothers, and teachers from ten suburban preschools and child care centers
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United States

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