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Volume 14, Number 3, 1 May 2012

Teacher–child relationships from an attachment perspective
pp. 205-211(7)
Authors: Verschueren, Karine; Koomen, Helma M.Y.

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Recent trends in research on teacher–child relationships
pp. 213-231(19)
Authors: Sabol, Terri J.; Pianta, Robert C.

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Relationships with mother, teacher, and peers: unique and joint effects on young children's self-concept
pp. 233-248(16)
Authors: Verschueren, Karine; Doumen, Sarah; Buyse, Evelien

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Student–teacher relationships and classroom climate in first grade: how do they relate to students’ stress regulation?
pp. 249-263(15)
Authors: Ahnert, Lieselotte; Harwardt-Heinecke, Elena; Kappler, Gregor; Eckstein-Madry, Tina; Milatz, Anne

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Behavior problems in late childhood: the roles of early maternal attachment and teacher–child relationship trajectories
pp. 265-288(24)
Authors: O'Connor, Erin E.; Collins, Brian A.; Supplee, Lauren

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Teacher–student interactions and attachment states of mind as predictors of early romantic involvement and risky sexual behaviors
pp. 289-303(15)
Authors: Kobak, Roger; Herres, Joanna; Gaskins, Clare; Laurenceau, Jean-Philippe

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Supporting teachers’ relationships with disruptive children: the potential of relationship-focused reflection
pp. 305-318(14)
Authors: Spilt, Jantine L.; Koomen, Helma M.Y.; Thijs, Jochem T.; van der Leij, Aryan

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Teacher–child relationships as a developmental issue
pp. 329-336(8)
Author: Schuengel, Carlo

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