Divorce on Mental Health throughout the Life Course American Sociological

Divorce on mental health throughout the life course

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Divorce on Mental Health throughout the Life Course,” American Sociological Review 63 (1998): 245-247. 284 Fridrik H. Jónsson, Urdur Njardvik, Gudlaug Ólafsdóttir, and Sigurdur J. Grétarsson, “Parental Divorce: Long-term Effects on Mental Health, Family Relations, and Adult Sexual Behavior,” Scandinavian Journal of Psychology 41 (2000): 102. 285 Paul R. Amato, “Reconciling Divergent Perspectives: Judith Wallerstein, Quantitative Family Research,” Family Relations 52 (2003): 338. 286 Paul R. Amato and Juliana M. Sobolewski, “The Effects of Divorce and Marital Discord on Adult Children’s Psychological Well-being,” American Sociological Review 66 (2001): 917. 287 Judith S. Wallerstein and Joan Berlin Kelly, Surviving the Breakup: How Children and Parents Cope With Divorce (1980; repr., New York, NY: Basic Books, 1996). Citations are from the 1996 edition. 288 Randy M. Page, “Adolescent Loneliness: A Priority for School Health Education,” Health Education Quarterly 15 (1988): 20-23. Nazmiye Çivitci, Asim Çivitci, and N. Ceren Fiyakali, “Loneliness and Life Satisfactions in Adolescents with Divorced and Non-Divorced Parents,” Educational Sciences: Theory and Practice 9 (2009): 518. 289 Hillevi M. Aro and Ulla K. Palosaari, “Parental Divorce, Adolescence, and Transition to Young Adulthood: A Follow-Up Study,” American Journal of Orthopsychiatry 62 (1992): 421. Ronald L. Simons, Kuei-Hsiu Lin, Leslie C. Gordon, Rand D. Conger, and Frederick O. Lorenz, “Explaining the Higher Incidence of Adjustment Problems Among Children of Divorce Compared with Those in Two-Parent Families,” Journal of Marriage and the Family 61 (1999): 1030. Catherine E. Ross and John Mirowsky, “Parental Divorce, Life-Course Disruption, and Adult Depression,” Journal of Marriage and Family 61 (1999): 1044. Lisa Strohschein, “Parental Divorce and Child Mental Health Trajectories,” Journal of Marriage and Family 67 (2005): 1286, 1292. 290 Lisa Strohschein, “Parental Divorce and Child Mental Health Trajectories,” Journal of Marriage and Family 67 (2005): 1292. 291 Nazmiye Çivitci, Asim Çivitci, and N. Ceren Fiyakali, “Loneliness and Life Satisfactions in Adolescents with Divorced and Non-Divorced Parents,” Educational Sciences: Theory and Practice 9 (2009): 518. 292 Paul R. Amato and Juliana M. Sobolewski, “The Effects of Divorce and Marital Discord on Adult Children’s Psychological Well-being,” American Sociological Review , 66 (2001): 917. Paul R. Amato, “Children of Divorce in the 1990s: An Update of the Amato and Keith (1991) Meta-Analysis,” Journal of Family Psychology , 15 (2001): 366. 293 Michael Workman and John Beer, “Aggression, Alcohol Dependency, and Self-consciousness among High School Students of Divorced and Non-divorced Parents,” Psychological Reports 71 (1992): 279-286. 294 Berthold Berg and Lawrence A. Kurdek, “Children’s Beliefs about Parental Divorce Scale: Psychometric Characteristics and Concurrent Validity,” Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 55 (1987): 716.
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43 Survey of Children found that divorce was associated with a higher incidence of several mental health problems in children: depression; withdrawal from friends
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