Prosocial Behaviour and Psychopathology: An Eleven Year Longitudinal Study of Intra-Individual Reciprocal Relations During Childhood and Adolescence

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Prosocial Behaviour and Psychopathology: An Eleven Year Longitudinal Study of Intra-Individual Reciprocal Relations During Childhood and Adolescence. / Toseeb, Umar; Memmott-Elison, Madison K.

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Toseeb, U & Memmott-Elison, MK 2020, 'Prosocial Behaviour and Psychopathology: An Eleven Year Longitudinal Study of Intra-Individual Reciprocal Relations During Childhood and Adolescence', PsyArXiv Preprints. <https://psyarxiv.com/un78h/>

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Toseeb, U., & Memmott-Elison, M. K. (2020). Prosocial Behaviour and Psychopathology: An Eleven Year Longitudinal Study of Intra-Individual Reciprocal Relations During Childhood and Adolescence. Manuscript submitted for publication. https://psyarxiv.com/un78h/

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Toseeb U, Memmott-Elison MK. Prosocial Behaviour and Psychopathology: An Eleven Year Longitudinal Study of Intra-Individual Reciprocal Relations During Childhood and Adolescence. PsyArXiv Preprints. 2020.

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Toseeb, Umar ; Memmott-Elison, Madison K. / Prosocial Behaviour and Psychopathology: An Eleven Year Longitudinal Study of Intra-Individual Reciprocal Relations During Childhood and Adolescence. In: PsyArXiv Preprints. 2020.

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