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Understandings of children's influence in parent—child relationships: A Q-methodological study

Bibliographic reference De Mol, Jan ; Buysse, Ann. Understandings of children's influence in parent—child relationships: A Q-methodological study. In: Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, Vol. 25, no.2, p. 359-379 (2008)
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