Relationship between Parenting Styles, Self-compassion and Emotional Intelligence and Antisocial Behaviors in Students

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To Cite : Zareian A, Tajikzadeh F, Sarafraz M R. Relationship between Parenting Styles, Self-compassion and Emotional Intelligence and Antisocial Behaviors in Students, Int J School Health. 2017 ;4(4):e12918. doi: 10.5812/intjsh.12918.
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1. Background
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3. Methods
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