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. Journal of Autism Developmental Disorder, 30, 205–223. Mars, A. E., Mauk, J. E., & Dowrick, P. W. (1998). Symptoms of pervasive developmental disorders as observed in prediagnostic home videos of infants and toddlers. Journal

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), 525 – 533 . 46. Ward , C. , Kennedy , A. ( 1993 ): Psychological and sociocultural adjustment during cross-cultural transitions: A comparison of secondary students at home and abroad

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Maglaveras A Avramides 2004 Effectiveness of home-centered care through telemedicine applications for overweight and obese patients: A randomized controlled trial

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-Dab M Robert 2004 Spatial ability and home-range size: Examining the relationship in Western men and women ( Homo sapiens ) Journal of Comparative Psychology

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257 264 . R. Hill 1945 Campus values in mate selection Journal of Home Economics 37

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Campus values in mate selection Journal of Home Economics 37 554 558 . K. Hill

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Copson, G. (1995) Coals to Newcastle? Part 1: A study of offender profiling. Police Research Group Special Interest Series, Home Office, London Coals to Newcastle? Part 1: A study of offender profiling

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. Bradley , R. H. , Whiteside , L. , Mundfrom , D. J. , Casey , P. H. , Kelleher , K. J. , & Pope , K. ( 1994 ). Early Indications of Resilience and Their Relation to Experiences in the Home Environments of Low Birthweight, Premature Children

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Behavior , 50 ( 5 ), 684 – 692 . N eave , N. , & W olfson , S. ( 2003 ). Testosterone, territoriality, and the “home advantage.” Physiology and Behavior , 78 ( 2 ), 269 – 275

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., & Bagby, R. M. (2002). An overview of alexithymia construct. In R. Bar-On, & J. D. A. Parker (Eds.), The Handbook of Emotional Intelligence. Theory, Development, Assessment and Application at Home, School, and in the Workplace (pp. 40–67). New York

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