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Filial Maturity of Middle-aged Adult Children in the Context of Parent Care - Model and Measures

Bibliographic reference Marcoen, A.. Filial Maturity of Middle-aged Adult Children in the Context of Parent Care - Model and Measures.XVth International-Association-of-Gerontology (BUDAPEST(Hungary), Jul 04-09, 1993). In: Journal of Adult Development, Vol. 2, no. 2, p. 125-136 (1995)
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