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Intergenerational effects - a review of environmentally oriented studies concerning the relationship between parental alcohol problems and family disharmony in the genesis of alcohol and other problems. II: the wider family disharmony literature


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Velleman, R., 1995. Intergenerational effects - a review of environmentally oriented studies concerning the relationship between parental alcohol problems and family disharmony in the genesis of alcohol and other problems. II: the wider family disharmony literature. In: Pettit, E., ed. Child Development in a Changing Society. North Carolina, US: University of North Carolina Press.

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Item Type Book Sections
CreatorsVelleman, R.
EditorsPettit, E.
DepartmentsFaculty of Humanities & Social Sciences > Psychology
StatusPublished
ID Code16936

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