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Processes in the formation of attachment relationships with alternative caregivers

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An examination of the development of attachment relationships in 10 children, ages 15 to 28 months, living with biological parents who were observed over a 6-month period divided into four periods spaced out over the child?s initial time in child care
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United States

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