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MLA SÜMER Nebi,SAYIL Melike,BERUMENT Kazak Sibel,Dogruyol Burak,GÜNAYDIN Gül,HARMA Mehmet,Öztürk Ahu,SALMAN Selin,Selçuk Emre Çocuğun gelişiminde bağlanma, ilgi-bakım ve aile dinamiklerinin etkisi. , 2009, ss.1 - 434.
AMA SÜMER N,SAYIL M,BERUMENT K,Dogruyol B,GÜNAYDIN G,HARMA M,Öztürk A,SALMAN S,Selçuk E Çocuğun gelişiminde bağlanma, ilgi-bakım ve aile dinamiklerinin etkisi. . 2009; 1 - 434.
Vancouver SÜMER N,SAYIL M,BERUMENT K,Dogruyol B,GÜNAYDIN G,HARMA M,Öztürk A,SALMAN S,Selçuk E Çocuğun gelişiminde bağlanma, ilgi-bakım ve aile dinamiklerinin etkisi. . 2009; 1 - 434.
IEEE SÜMER N,SAYIL M,BERUMENT K,Dogruyol B,GÜNAYDIN G,HARMA M,Öztürk A,SALMAN S,Selçuk E "Çocuğun gelişiminde bağlanma, ilgi-bakım ve aile dinamiklerinin etkisi." , ss.1 - 434, 2009.
ISNAD SÜMER, Nebi vd. "Çocuğun gelişiminde bağlanma, ilgi-bakım ve aile dinamiklerinin etkisi". (2009), 1-434.
APA SÜMER N, SAYIL M, BERUMENT K, Dogruyol B, GÜNAYDIN G, HARMA M, Öztürk A, SALMAN S, Selçuk E (2009). Çocuğun gelişiminde bağlanma, ilgi-bakım ve aile dinamiklerinin etkisi. , 1 - 434.
Chicago SÜMER Nebi,SAYIL Melike,BERUMENT Kazak Sibel,Dogruyol Burak,GÜNAYDIN Gül,HARMA Mehmet,Öztürk Ahu,SALMAN Selin,Selçuk Emre Çocuğun gelişiminde bağlanma, ilgi-bakım ve aile dinamiklerinin etkisi. (2009): 1 - 434.
MLA SÜMER Nebi,SAYIL Melike,BERUMENT Kazak Sibel,Dogruyol Burak,GÜNAYDIN Gül,HARMA Mehmet,Öztürk Ahu,SALMAN Selin,Selçuk Emre Çocuğun gelişiminde bağlanma, ilgi-bakım ve aile dinamiklerinin etkisi. , 2009, ss.1 - 434.
AMA SÜMER N,SAYIL M,BERUMENT K,Dogruyol B,GÜNAYDIN G,HARMA M,Öztürk A,SALMAN S,Selçuk E Çocuğun gelişiminde bağlanma, ilgi-bakım ve aile dinamiklerinin etkisi. . 2009; 1 - 434.
Vancouver SÜMER N,SAYIL M,BERUMENT K,Dogruyol B,GÜNAYDIN G,HARMA M,Öztürk A,SALMAN S,Selçuk E Çocuğun gelişiminde bağlanma, ilgi-bakım ve aile dinamiklerinin etkisi. . 2009; 1 - 434.
IEEE SÜMER N,SAYIL M,BERUMENT K,Dogruyol B,GÜNAYDIN G,HARMA M,Öztürk A,SALMAN S,Selçuk E "Çocuğun gelişiminde bağlanma, ilgi-bakım ve aile dinamiklerinin etkisi." , ss.1 - 434, 2009.
ISNAD SÜMER, Nebi vd. "Çocuğun gelişiminde bağlanma, ilgi-bakım ve aile dinamiklerinin etkisi". (2009), 1-434.