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Examining Mexican-heritage children's representations of relationships with mothers and teachers in preschool

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An investigation of the differences between representations of the child-mother attachment and representations of the child-teacher attachment among preschool children, and an exploration of the association between children's representations of the child-teacher attachment and teachers' perceptions of their relationship with the children, based on data from a sample of 97 preschool-age Mexican-heritage children from a large urban area
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United States

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