Parental overprotection revisited

Thomasgard, Michael; Metz, W. Peter
December 1993
Child Psychiatry & Human Development;Winter93, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p67
Academic Journal
Examines various dimensions of parental overprotection. Child and parent factors; Dyadic relationships; Family, socio-cultural and environmental factors.


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