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Parental bonding and parent-child relationship among tertiary students

  title={Parental bonding and parent-child relationship among tertiary students},
  author={Cai Lian Tam and Si Han Yeoh},
Parental bonding is an important predictor that gives a lot of insight into parent-child relationship. Studies have demonstrated the importance of parent child relationship for adjustment, ranging from attachment during infancy, indiscipline style during childhood and adolescence to parenting style during adulthood. This paper aims to investigate the relationship between parental bonding and parent-child relationship among tertiary level students in which gender and cultural effects were also… 

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