In this study developmental communication changes in the parent-child relation have been presented. These changes assumed as bilateral from the start, are directed at reaching greater symmetry in the mutual relation. They are usually considered within the context of creating attachment. Prenatal communication has been perceived as important. Adolescence appears to be crucial in the development of communication, as the relationship turns into a partnership and verbal communication increases.
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