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Infant-care provider attachments in contrasting child care settings II: Individual-oriented care after German reunification

An assessment of the influence of the type of child care settings on the attachment relationships between infants and care providers, based on a sample of 70 11- to 20-month old German children enrolled in child care facilities
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