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Chinese children's relationships with mothers during the transition to nursery care: Changes and associations with later growth in social competence

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An examination of changes in both closeness and conflict in mother-child relationships during the transition to nursery care, and a study of these relationships' associations with later growth in children's social competence, based on a longitudinal sample of 115 Chinese children
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China

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