Marital conflict and children’s perception of interparental conflict: The mediating role of child attachment security

Akçayüzlü, Zülal
Selçuk, Şule
Sayıl, Fatma Melike
Sümer, Nebi
Kazak Berument, Sibel


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Z. Akçayüzlü, Ş. Selçuk, F. M. Sayıl, N. Sümer, and S. Kazak Berument, “Marital conflict and children’s perception of interparental conflict: The mediating role of child attachment security,” 2017, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: