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Author (up) Aro, H.M.; Palosaari, U.K. file  url
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  Title Parental divorce, adolescence, and transition to young adulthood: a follow-up study Type Journal Article
  Year 1992 Publication The American Journal of Orthopsychiatry Abbreviated Journal Am J Orthopsychiatry  
  Volume 62 Issue 3 Pages 421-429  
  Keywords Achievement; Adaptation, Psychological; Adolescent; *Adolescent Psychology; Adult; Cohort Studies; Depression/psychology; Divorce/*psychology; Female; Follow-Up Studies; Humans; Interpersonal Relations; Male; *Personality Development; Self Concept; Social Adjustment; Somatoform Disorders/psychology  
  Abstract In a long-term study of the effects of divorce, children in a Finnish town who had completed questionnaires in school at age 16 were followed up with postal questionnaires at age 22. Depression in young adulthood was found to be slightly more common among children from divorced families. In addition, the life trajectories of children in divorced families revealed more stressful paths and more distress in both adolescence and young adulthood.  
  Call Number Serial 279  
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Author (up) Johnston, J.R.; Kline, M.; Tschann, J.M. file  url
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  Title Ongoing postdivorce conflict: effects on children of joint custody and frequent access Type Journal Article
  Year 1989 Publication The American Journal of Orthopsychiatry Abbreviated Journal Am J Orthopsychiatry  
  Volume 59 Issue 4 Pages 576-592  
  Keywords Adolescent; Child; Child Custody/*legislation & jurisprudence; Child Reactive Disorders/*psychology; Child Welfare; Child, Preschool; Communication; *Conflict (Psychology); Divorce/*legislation & jurisprudence; Follow-Up Studies; Humans; Longitudinal Studies; Marriage; *Parent-Child Relations; Personality Development; San Francisco; Social Adjustment  
  Abstract Parental conflict and children's behavioral and social adjustment were measured at two periods in 100 families entrenched in custody and visitation disputes. More frequent access to both parents was associated with more emotional and behavioral problems in the children; different effects were noted for boys and girls.  
  Call Number Serial 284  
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