Volume 14, Issue 3 (1985)
Time Since Separation: Another Perspective on the NASP Study of Divorce
Nancy J. Warren, Eleanor R. Ilgen, Robert S. Grew, Judy T. Konanc, Ingrid A. Amara
ABSTRACT: Time since separation is a variable which is often neglected in research on divorce and by clinicians working with families involved with divorce. In this paper, the authors review longitudinal research on the adjustment of children and families to divorce and discuss the findings of an article by Guidubaldi et al. (1983). It was concluded that whole group generalizations about children of divorce as compared to those raised in intact families are potentially misleading and that the effects of divorce cannot be understood without a clear knowledge of the changes and adaptation of children and families over time.
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