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dc.identifier.citationMuscat Baron, A., & Muscat Baron, Y. (1996). Early social relationships in childhood contribute to later psychological development. It-Tabib tal-Familja, 10, 15-18.en_GB
dc.description.abstractHumans are social beings. Social relationships are an integral part of human life. Gathering different experiences through social interactions influences future psychological development. A break in a social relationship may be considered a major life event and the persons involved may be adversely affected psychologically in the short and possibly even in the long-term. The psychological state of the person has a significant impact on his behaviour and his emotions. f t is therefore important to realise and understand the effect that social relationships have on our lives.en_GB
dc.publisherMalta College of Family Doctorsen_GB
dc.subjectChild psychologyen_GB
dc.subjectChild development -- Social aspectsen_GB
dc.titleEarly social relationships in childhood contribute to later psychological developmenten_GB
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dc.publication.titleIt-Tabib tal-Familjaen_GB
dc.contributor.creatorMuscat Baron, Astrid-
dc.contributor.creatorMuscat Baron, Yves-
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