Now showing items 1-3 of 3
Parental Divorce and Partnership Dissolution in Adulthood: Evidence from a British Cohort Study
(Hopkins Population Center, 1998-04)
From a longitudinal survey of a British cohort born in 1958 this study finds that, by age 33, off-spring of parents who divorced are more likely to have dissolved their first partnerships. This finding persists after taking ...
Effects of Divorce on Mental Health Through the Life Course
(Hopkins Population Center, 1997-02)
The long-term effects of divorce on individuals after the transition to adulthood are examined using information from a British birth cohort that has been followed from birth to age 33. Growth-curve models and fixed-effects ...
Parental Divorce in Childhood and Demographic Outcomes in Young Adulthood
(Hopkins Population Center, 1995)
We investigated the long-term effects of parental divorce in childhood on demographic outcomes in young adulthood, using a British longitudinal national survey of children. Our analyses control for predisruption ...