Biological sensitivity to context moderates the effects of the early teacher-child relationship on the development of mental health by adolescence.

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The moderating effects of biological sensitivity to context (physiological and behavioral stress reactivity) on the association between the early teacher-child relationship and the development of adolescent mental health problems were examined in a community sample of 96 children. Grade 1 measures of biological sensitivity to context included physiological… (More)
DOI: 10.1017/S0954579410000702

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