By Naomi Quinn, Jeannette Marie Mageo (eds.)
Since the Fifties, the learn of early attachment and separation has been ruled by way of a college of psychology that's Euro-American in its theoretical assumptions. according to ethnographic reviews in a number of locales, this e-book is going past previous efforts to critique attachment idea, offering a cross-cultural foundation for realizing human development.
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