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Behavioral inhibition as a precursor of peer social competence in early school age: The interplay with attachment and nonparental care

A comparison of statistical models examining links between behavioral inhibition, attachment security, and experiences of nonparental care in the development of social competence, in a sample of 90 school age children in Uppsala, Sweden
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