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Child-Oriented or Parent-Oriented Focused Intervention: Which is the Better Way to Decrease Children’s Externalizing Behaviors?

Bibliographic reference Roskam, Isabelle ; Brassart, Elise ; Houssa, Marine ; Loop, Laurie ; Mouton, Bénédicte ; et. al. Child-Oriented or Parent-Oriented Focused Intervention: Which is the Better Way to Decrease Children’s Externalizing Behaviors?. In: Journal of Child and Family Studies, Vol. 26, p. 482-496 (2016)
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