Unfolding personalities: The importance of studying ontogeny

Groothuis TGG, Trillmich F (2011)
Developmental Psychobiology 53(6): 641-655.

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Groothuis TGG, Trillmich F. Unfolding personalities: The importance of studying ontogeny. Developmental Psychobiology. 2011;53(6):641-655.
Groothuis, T. G. G., & Trillmich, F. (2011). Unfolding personalities: The importance of studying ontogeny. Developmental Psychobiology, 53(6), 641-655. doi:10.1002/dev.20574
Groothuis, T. G. G., and Trillmich, F. (2011). Unfolding personalities: The importance of studying ontogeny. Developmental Psychobiology 53, 641-655.
Groothuis, T.G.G., & Trillmich, F., 2011. Unfolding personalities: The importance of studying ontogeny. Developmental Psychobiology, 53(6), p 641-655.
T.G.G. Groothuis and F. Trillmich, “Unfolding personalities: The importance of studying ontogeny”, Developmental Psychobiology, vol. 53, 2011, pp. 641-655.
Groothuis, T.G.G., Trillmich, F.: Unfolding personalities: The importance of studying ontogeny. Developmental Psychobiology. 53, 641-655 (2011).
Groothuis, TGG, and Trillmich, Fritz. “Unfolding personalities: The importance of studying ontogeny”. Developmental Psychobiology 53.6 (2011): 641-655.
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