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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 ...
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 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 ...