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Predicting social wariness in middle childhood: The moderating roles of childcare history, maternal personality and maternal behavior

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A study of the potential moderating influences of child care history, maternal negativity, and maternal solicitous behavior on the association between infant temperamental reactivity and childhood social wariness, based on data collected from a population of 153 children participating in a longitudinal study
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United States

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