Children's beliefs about parental divorce

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Dovydaitienė, Miglė;
(2001)
  • Journal: Psichologija,volume 2,001,pages20-36 (issn: 1392-0359)
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  • Subject: Lithuania ; Attitude ; Attitudes toward environment and people ; Children ; Children's beliefs about parental divorce ; Cognitive - social factors ; Parental divorce
    mesheuropmc: humanities

This article investigates children's beliefs about parental divorce and attitudes toward environment and people. Children's believes about parental divorce is evaluated in a sample 8 through 10-year children whose parents had been separated for about 3 years. Attitudes ... View more
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