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A comparative study of mothers' beliefs and chilldrearing behaviour: The effect of the child's disability and the mother's educational level

Bibliographic reference Roskam, Isabelle. A comparative study of mothers' beliefs and chilldrearing behaviour: The effect of the child's disability and the mother's educational level. In: European Journal of Psychology of Education, Vol. 20, no. 2, p. 139-153 (2005)
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