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Child-Rearing Practices of Brazilian Mothers and Fathers: Predictors and Impact on Child Development

By Cesar Augusto Piccinini, Patricia Alvarenga and Angela Helena Marin

Submitted: May 22nd 2012Reviewed: October 14th 2013Published: December 18th 2013

DOI: 10.5772/57242

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Cesar Augusto Piccinini, Patricia Alvarenga and Angela Helena Marin (December 18th 2013). Child-Rearing Practices of Brazilian Mothers and Fathers: Predictors and Impact on Child Development, Parenting in South American and African Contexts Maria Lucia Seidl-de-Moura, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/57242. Available from:

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