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Preschoolers' attachment to mother and risk for adjustment problems in kindergarten: Can teachers make a difference?

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An examination of the moderating role of teacher-child closeness in the association between mother-child attachment quality and aggressive behavior in kindergarten, and a study of the moderating role of teacher sensitivity in the association between preschool attachment quality and kindergarten teacher-child closeness, based on data collected from 237 Dutch-speaking Belgian children
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Belgium

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