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Are parenting practices associated with the development of narcissism? : Findings from a longitudinal study of Mexican-origin youth

Are parenting practices associated with the development of narcissism? : Findings from a longitudinal study of Mexican-origin youth

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WETZEL, Eunike, Richard W. ROBINS, 2016. Are parenting practices associated with the development of narcissism? : Findings from a longitudinal study of Mexican-origin youth. In: Journal of Research in Personality. 63, pp. 84-94. ISSN 0092-6566. eISSN 1095-7251

@article{Wetzel2016-08paren-36738, title={Are parenting practices associated with the development of narcissism? : Findings from a longitudinal study of Mexican-origin youth}, year={2016}, doi={10.1016/j.jrp.2016.05.005}, volume={63}, issn={0092-6566}, journal={Journal of Research in Personality}, pages={84--94}, author={Wetzel, Eunike and Robins, Richard W.} }

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