Merrill-Palmer Quarterly - Journal of Developmental Psychology
It was expected that reciprocal relationships would be maintained more frequently across a six-month interval than would unilateral ones. Of secondary concern was the question of whether the dimensions children offered to justify their friendships would remain more stable for reciprocal than unilateral relationships.
Gershman, Elaine S. and Hayes, Donald S., "Differential Stability of Reciprocal Friendships and Unilateral Relationships Among Preschool Children" (1983). Psychology Faculty Scholarship. 10.
Gershman, E.S., & Hayes, D.S. (1983). Differential Stability of Reciprocal Friendships and Unilateral Relationships Among Preschool Children. Merrill-Palmer Quarterly - Journal of Developmental Psychology, 29, 169-177. Available on publisher's site at http://wsupress.wayne.edu/journals/merrill.htm
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