Control and responsiveness in Japanese and German mother-child interactions

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TROMMSDORFF, Gisela, Wolfgang FRIEDLMEIER, 1993. Control and responsiveness in Japanese and German mother-child interactions. In: Early Development and Parenting. 2(1), pp. 65-78

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