Affect consciousness or mentalization? A comparison of two concepts with regard to affect development and affect regulation

Scandinavian Journal of Psychology 47 (4):237-244 (2006)
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Keywords *Attachment Behavior  *Childhood Development  *Emotional Control  *Emotional Development  *Emotional States  Childhood Play Behavior
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