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Adolescents with alternating residence after parental divorce: A comparison with adolescents living with both parents or with a single parent

Wadsby, Marie; Priebe, Gisela LU and Svedin, Carl Göran LU (2014) In Journal of Child Custody 11(3). p.202-215
Abstract
The study compared adolescents who alternate residences between

their divorced parents with adolescents who live with both parents

or with one divorced parent. Care was scored equally for adolescents with alternating residences and for those living with both biological parents but lower for adolescents living with a single parent.

Overprotection showed the converse. Presence of psychiatric symptoms was equal for adolescents who alternate residences and for

those living with both parents, but it was higher for those living

with a single parent. Sense of coherence was noted to be higher

among teens with alternating residences and teens living with both

parents, but it was lower... (More)
The study compared adolescents who alternate residences between

their divorced parents with adolescents who live with both parents

or with one divorced parent. Care was scored equally for adolescents with alternating residences and for those living with both biological parents but lower for adolescents living with a single parent.

Overprotection showed the converse. Presence of psychiatric symptoms was equal for adolescents who alternate residences and for

those living with both parents, but it was higher for those living

with a single parent. Sense of coherence was noted to be higher

among teens with alternating residences and teens living with both

parents, but it was lower among those living with a single parent. (Less)
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alternating Residence arrangements, adolescents, parental bonding, sense of coherence, psychiatric symptoms
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Journal of Child Custody
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11
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3
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202 - 215
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Routledge
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1537-9418
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10.1080/15379418.2014.943448
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English
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  abstract     = {The study compared adolescents who alternate residences between<br/><br>
their divorced parents with adolescents who live with both parents<br/><br>
or with one divorced parent. Care was scored equally for adolescents with alternating residences and for those living with both biological parents but lower for adolescents living with a single parent.<br/><br>
Overprotection showed the converse. Presence of psychiatric symptoms was equal for adolescents who alternate residences and for<br/><br>
those living with both parents, but it was higher for those living<br/><br>
with a single parent. Sense of coherence was noted to be higher<br/><br>
among teens with alternating residences and teens living with both<br/><br>
parents, but it was lower among those living with a single parent.},
  author       = {Wadsby, Marie and Priebe, Gisela and Svedin, Carl Göran},
  issn         = {1537-9418},
  keyword      = {alternating Residence arrangements,adolescents,parental bonding,sense of coherence,psychiatric symptoms},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {3},
  pages        = {202--215},
  publisher    = {Routledge},
  series       = {Journal of Child Custody},
  title        = {Adolescents with alternating residence after parental divorce: A comparison with adolescents living with both parents or with a single parent},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/15379418.2014.943448},
  volume       = {11},
  year         = {2014},
}