The Heart of a Child: A Study of the Social Development of Children with Congenital Heart Disorders
Gothard, Carrie L.
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The factors related with CHDs are numerous, thus, making their presence an important consideration in development. Beginning attachments have a hand in determining the future social development of children. Both of these events, mutually occurring at critical periods in development, establish a premise for the question of whether they affect each other and, if so, in what ways. Scattered research has been done to attempt to answer specific questions that are related to this more general one. Determining what additional questions need to be addressed in the future requires a consolidated look at what has already been done. Fulfilling that need is the goal of this paper.
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