Mealtime conversations between parents and their 2-year-old children in five cultural contexts

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Mealtime conversations between parents and their 2-year-old children in five cultural contexts. / Bohn, Manuel; da Silva Vieira, Wilson Filipe; Torréns, Marta Giner et al.

42 S. OSF. 2022.

Publikation: Andere wissenschaftliche BeiträgeAndereForschung

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Bohn, M, da Silva Vieira, WF, Torréns, MG, Kärtner, J, Itakura, S, Cavalcante, L, Haun, DBM, Köster, M & Kanngiesser, P 2022, Mealtime conversations between parents and their 2-year-old children in five cultural contexts. OSF. https://doi.org/10.31234/osf.io/amfj9

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Bohn, M., da Silva Vieira, W. F., Torréns, M. G., Kärtner, J., Itakura, S., Cavalcante, L., Haun, D. B. M., Köster, M., & Kanngiesser, P. (2022, Dez 6). Mealtime conversations between parents and their 2-year-old children in five cultural contexts. Manuskript zur Veröffentlichung eingereicht. OSF. https://doi.org/10.31234/osf.io/amfj9

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Bohn M, da Silva Vieira WF, Torréns MG, Kärtner J, Itakura S, Cavalcante L et al. Mealtime conversations between parents and their 2-year-old children in five cultural contexts. 2022. 42 S. doi: 10.31234/osf.io/amfj9

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