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Mother's, father's regulation and child's self-regulation in a computer-mediated learning situation

Bibliographic reference Grosbois, Nathalie ; Normandeau, Sylvie ; Ricard-Cossette, Marcelle ; Quintal, Gennain. Mother's, father's regulation and child's self-regulation in a computer-mediated learning situation. In: European Journal of Psychology of Education, Vol. 23, no. 1, p. 95-115 (2008)
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