Biological and cultural differences in early child development

Resource Type: Reports & Papers
Author(s): Freedman, Daniel G.; DeBoer, Marilyn M.;
Date Issued: 1979
Publisher(s): Annual Reviews
Description: An overview of recent studies exploring the relationship between biological and cultural differences in early infant behavior
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