Attachment in Middle Childhood
Kathryn A. Kerns, Rhonda A. Richardson
Guilford Press, Jan 3, 2005 - Psychology - 289 pages
"With contributions from leading investigators, the book explores the effects on attachment of a wide range of factors in middle childhood, including children's broadening network of social relationships. Compelling data are presented on whether the quality of attachment in middle childhood can be predicted by assessments earlier in life, and what may explain changes over time."--BOOK JACKET.
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