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Developmental aspects of self-regulation in Germany and Chile : Links among maternal warmth, children’s self-regulation, and social competence

Developmental aspects of self-regulation in Germany and Chile : Links among maternal warmth, children’s self-regulation, and social competence

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WEIS, Mirjam, Gisela TROMMSDORFF, Tobias HEIKAMP, Jesus REDONDO, Lorena MUÑOZ, 2016. Developmental aspects of self-regulation in Germany and Chile : Links among maternal warmth, children’s self-regulation, and social competence. XXII Congress of the International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology. Reims, France, 15. Jul 2014 - 19. Jul 2014. In: ROLAND-LÉVY, Christine, ed. and others. Unity, diversity and culture : Research and scholarship selected from the 22nd Congress of the International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology. XXII Congress of the International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology. Reims, France, 15. Jul 2014 - 19. Jul 2014. Melbourne, Florida USA:International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology, pp. 340-344. ISBN 978-0-9845627-5-6

@inproceedings{Weis2016Devel-36639, title={Developmental aspects of self-regulation in Germany and Chile : Links among maternal warmth, children’s self-regulation, and social competence}, year={2016}, isbn={978-0-9845627-5-6}, address={Melbourne, Florida USA}, publisher={International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology}, booktitle={Unity, diversity and culture : Research and scholarship selected from the 22nd Congress of the International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology}, pages={340--344}, editor={Roland-Lévy, Christine}, author={Weis, Mirjam and Trommsdorff, Gisela and Heikamp, Tobias and Redondo, Jesus and Muñoz, Lorena} }

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