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Stability and change in infant-mother attachment in the second year of life: Relations to parenting quality and varying degrees of day-care experience

A study of infant-mother attachment in the second year of life, focusing on the relationship between three quality of attachment measurement systems, maternal sensitivity?s influence on these systems, and the influence of day care experience on the developing infant-mother attachment relationship
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