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The Relationship Between Parents` Emotional Expressiveness and Children`s Self-Regulation
Korean J Child Stud. 2006;27(6):97-106.

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Longitudinal associations between physically abusive parents’ emotional expressiveness and children’s self-regulation
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The Mediating Effect of Mothers’ Emotional Expressiveness in the Relationship between Their Beliefs about Children’s Emotion and the Children’s Emotional Regulation as it is Perceived by Their Mothers
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Asymmetry in the relationship between finger temperature changes and emotional state in males
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Parent emotional expressiveness and children's self-regulation: Associations with abused children's school functioning
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The New Relationship Between Parents and Schools
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