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The Clinical Significance of Informant Agreement in Externalizing Behavior from Age 3 to 14

Bibliographic reference Roskam, Isabelle. The Clinical Significance of Informant Agreement in Externalizing Behavior from Age 3 to 14. In: Child Psychiatry & Human Development, (2017)
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