Predictors of positive and negative parenting behaviours : evidence from the ALSPAC cohort
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Thomson , R M , Allely , C S , Purves , D , Puckering , C , McConnachie , A , Johnson , P C D , Golding , J , Gillberg , C & Wilson , P 2014 , ' Predictors of positive and negative parenting behaviours : evidence from the ALSPAC cohort ' , BMC Pediatrics , vol. 14 , 247 . https://doi.org/10.1186/1471-2431-14-247
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