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JurnalDevelopment and Psychopathology vol. 25 no. 4 (Nov. 2013)
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Topik: INFANT - MOTHER ATTACHMENT; ETIOLOGY; DEPRESSION; ADOLESCENTS; ANTISOCIAL BEHAVIOR; DEVELOPMENT THEORY; FOSTER CHILD
Bahasa: (EN )    ISSN: 0954-5794    Year:: 2013    Bulan: 11    Edisi: Nov 2013    
Penerbit: Cambridge University Press
Jenis: Journal - ilmiah internasional
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