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Interpersonal Relationships [Working Title]
Child interactions with the environment (adults, peers, materials) constitute the engine for development and learning, especially in early stages of development. Emotionally secure, responsive, and contingent interactions with adults and peers promote emotional, cognitive, and social development. Interpersonal interactions facilitate the acquisition of social skills and emotion regulation strategies, which are learned through the observation of the behaviors of adults and peers and through thedoi:10.5772/intechopen.94859 fatcat:g24uh3rmybg2npq7cfcibwyfnq