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    Psychosocial development in middle childhood

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    Explain and analyze two of the primary relationships involved in psychosocial development in Middle Childhood- need references

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    Middle Childhood: Children Age 6-12

    During middle childhood children respond to empathic responses from people they know. Children's relationships with classmates are of more importance for children's feelings of acceptance than with those children not in their class. Relationships with peers influence many things, such as how they feel about themselves and the world ...

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    Th e following solution explains and analyzes 2 of the primary relationships involved in psychosocial development in middle childhood.

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