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Caregiver-parent relations: Testing the buffer hypothesis

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An examination of the caregiver-parent relationship focusing on the ?buffer? hypothesis, which predicts that parents will primarily seek out caregiver contact under negative or difficult situations
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United States
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Indiana

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