Gender and Development. / Leman, Patrick ; Tenenbaum, Harriet.

Psychology Press, 2013. 184 p. (Current Issues in Developmental Psychology).

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Gender and Development. / Leman, Patrick ; Tenenbaum, Harriet.

Psychology Press, 2013. 184 p. (Current Issues in Developmental Psychology).

Research output: Book/ReportBook

Harvard

Leman, P & Tenenbaum, H 2013, Gender and Development. Current Issues in Developmental Psychology, Psychology Press.

APA

Leman, P., & Tenenbaum, H. (2013). Gender and Development. (Current Issues in Developmental Psychology). Psychology Press.

Vancouver

Leman P, Tenenbaum H. Gender and Development. Psychology Press, 2013. 184 p. (Current Issues in Developmental Psychology).

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Leman, Patrick ; Tenenbaum, Harriet. / Gender and Development. Psychology Press, 2013. 184 p. (Current Issues in Developmental Psychology).

BibTeX

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