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.) ( 1991 ), A fiatal Luther és más írások (pp. 437 – 497 ). Budapest : Gondolat . Filipovitch , A. J. , Juliar , K. , & Ross , K. D. ( 1981 ). Children’s Drawing of their Home

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énfunkciók. 146 211 MATHENY, A. P., WILSON, R. S., THOBEN, A. S. (1987) Home and mother: relations with infant temperament. Developmental Psychology, 23

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. The Aesthetics of Mimesis: Ancient Texts and Modern Problems. Havelock, E. A. (1978): The Greek Concept of Justice: From its Shadow in Homer to its Substance in Plato

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Reed, J. A., Philips, D. A. (2005): Relationships between physical activity and the proximity of exercise facilities and home exercise equipment used by undergraduate university students. Journal of American College Health , 53 (6): 285

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., Casperson, C.J., Powell, K.E. (1990): Distance between home and exercise facilities related to frequency of exercise among San Diego residents. Public Health Reports , 2 : 179-185. Distance between home and exercise facilities

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Anderson, S.A., & Fleming, W.M. (1986a). Late adolescents home-leaving strategies: Predicting ego identity and college adjustment. Adolescence , 21 (82), 453—459. Anderson, S.A., & Fleming, W

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. Child Development, 53 (3), 636–642. Hanna, E., & Meltzoff, A. N. (1993). Peer imitation by toddlers in laboratory, home, and day-care contexts: Implications for social learning and memory. Developmental Psychology, 29 (4), 701

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Justice, L. M. , & Ezell, H. K. (2000). Enhancing children’s print and word awareness through home-based parent intervention. American Journal of Speech and Language Pathology , 9 , 257–269. Ezell H. K

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Mentálhigiéné és Pszichoszomatika
Authors: Bodnár Vivien, Nagy Krisztina, Cziboly Ádám, and Bárdos György

, M.T. , Balsa , A. , Homer , J. , & Norton , E. ( 2011 ). Alcohol use and popularity: social payoffs from conforming to peers’ behavior . The Journal of Research on Adolescence , 21 ( 3 ), 559 – 568

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overuse the Internet. Each record consisted of an hour-long home visit, plus up to six follow-ups. First, we used a qualitative approach as inspired by grounded theory to identify 12 environmental and 9 psychological factors (Fleiss’ κ mean = 0.714, median

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