Divórcio e funcionamento psicológico em adultos e crianças

Doctoral thesis Portuguese OPEN
Silva, Diogo Jorge Pereira do Vale Lamela da;
(2013)
  • Subject: 347.627.2 | 159.97

Tese de doutoramento em Psicologia (área de especialização de Psicologia Clínica) A presente dissertação foi orientada por dois enquadramentos teóricos: o modelo de Desenvolvimento Positivo da Personalidade na idade adulta (Staudinger & Bowen, 2010) e no mo... View more
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