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How do biological and social kinship play out within families in the U.S.? : An evolutionary perspective on perceived parental care and closeness in adolescents

How do biological and social kinship play out within families in the U.S.? : An evolutionary perspective on perceived parental care and closeness in adolescents

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SCHNETTLER, Sebastian, Anja STEINBACH, 2011. How do biological and social kinship play out within families in the U.S.? : An evolutionary perspective on perceived parental care and closeness in adolescents. In: Zeitschrift für Familienforschung. 23(2), pp. 173-195

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