How to be a good mother, when your child does not learn to reciprocate? A case study of a disoriented, both distancing and involving mother of a child with special needs.

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationClinical applications of the Adult Attachment Interview: A Dynamic-Maturational perspective on development, treatment and adaption in adulthood
Publication date2004
Publication statusPublished - 2004
MoE publication typeA3 Book chapter

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Hautamäki, A., & Kontu, E. K. (2004). How to be a good mother, when your child does not learn to reciprocate? A case study of a disoriented, both distancing and involving mother of a child with special needs. In Clinical applications of the Adult Attachment Interview: A Dynamic-Maturational perspective on development, treatment and adaption in adulthood
Hautamäki, Airi ; Kontu, Elina Kaarina. / How to be a good mother, when your child does not learn to reciprocate? A case study of a disoriented, both distancing and involving mother of a child with special needs. Clinical applications of the Adult Attachment Interview: A Dynamic-Maturational perspective on development, treatment and adaption in adulthood. 2004.
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How to be a good mother, when your child does not learn to reciprocate? A case study of a disoriented, both distancing and involving mother of a child with special needs. / Hautamäki, Airi; Kontu, Elina Kaarina.

Clinical applications of the Adult Attachment Interview: A Dynamic-Maturational perspective on development, treatment and adaption in adulthood. 2004.

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Hautamäki A, Kontu EK. How to be a good mother, when your child does not learn to reciprocate? A case study of a disoriented, both distancing and involving mother of a child with special needs. In Clinical applications of the Adult Attachment Interview: A Dynamic-Maturational perspective on development, treatment and adaption in adulthood. 2004