Forming, Losing, Renewing, and Replacing Friendships: Applying Temporal Parameters to the Assessment of Children's Friendship Experiences
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Parker, Jeffrey G.; Seal, John (1996). "Forming, Losing, Renewing, and Replacing Friendships: Applying Temporal Parameters to the Assessment of Children's Friendship Experiences." Child Development 67(5): 2248-2268. <http://hdl.handle.net/2027.42/66247>
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