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Convergence between attachment classifications and the natural reunion behavior among children and parents in a child care setting

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A study of the relationship between young children's secure and insecure attachment classifications and children's and parents' behaviors during naturalistic reunions after a day in child care, based on data from 58 parent-child dyads from a full-day National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) accredited university child care center
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United States

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