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Divorce & long-term effects on development

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By Grant D. Nelson, PhD Professor & Clinician of Health Psychology & Behavioral Medicine
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/25722125/in-sickness-and-in-health-physical-illness-as-a-risk-factor-for-marital-dissolution-in-later-life
#1
Amelia Karraker, Kenzie Latham
The health consequences of marital dissolution are well known, but little work has examined the impact of health on the risk of marital dissolution. In this study we use a sample of 2,701 marriages from the Health and Retirement Study (1992-2010) to examine the role of serious physical illness onset (i.e., cancer, heart problems, lung disease, and/or stroke) in subsequent marital dissolution due to either divorce or widowhood. We use a series of discrete-time event history models with competing risks to estimate the impact of husband's and wife's physical illness onset on risk of divorce and widowhood...
March 2015: Journal of Health and Social Behavior
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/26053348/predictors-of-relationship-dissolution-in-lesbian-gay-and-heterosexual-adoptive-parents
#2
Abbie E Goldberg, Randi Garcia
Little work has examined relationship dissolution or divorce in adoptive parents or same-sex parent couples. The current study examined predictors of relationship dissolution across the first 5 years of parenthood among a sample of heterosexual, lesbian, and gay male adoptive couples. Of the 190 couples in the study, 15 (7.9%) dissolved their relationships during the first 5 years of adoptive parenthood. Specifically, 7 of 57 lesbian couples (12.3%), 1 of 49 gay male couples (2.0%), and 7 of 84 heterosexual couples (8...
June 2015: Journal of Family Psychology: JFP
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/24215259/are-stepparents-always-evil-parental-death-remarriage-and-child-survival-in-demographically-saturated-krummh%C3%A3-rn-1720-1859-and-expanding-qu%C3%A3-bec-1670-1750
#3
Kai P Willführ, Alain Gagnon
Parental death precipitates a cascade of events leading to more or less detrimental exposures, from the sudden and dramatic interruption of parental care to cohabitation with stepparents and siblings in a recomposed family. This article compares the effect of early parental loss on child survival in the past in the Krummhörn region of East Frisia (Germany) and among the French Canadian settlers of the Saint Lawrence Valley (Québec, Canada). The Krummhörn region was characterized by a saturated habitat, while the opportunities for establishing a new family were virtually unlimited for the French Canadian settlers...
2013: Biodemography and Social Biology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/24128327/parental-separation-divorce-in-childhood-and-partnership-outcomes-at-age-30
#4
David M Fergusson, Geraldine F H McLeod, L John Horwood
BACKGROUND: Previous research has found that children exposed to separation/divorce may also experience relationship problems in adulthood. The aim of this investigation was to examine this issue in a birth cohort of over 900 New Zealand children studied to age 30. METHODS: Data were gathered over the course of the Christchurch Health and Development Study (CHDS). The CHDS is a 30 year longitudinal study of a birth cohort of 1265 children born in Christchurch (NZ) in 1977...
April 2014: Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, and Allied Disciplines
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/24098960/relations-of-parenting-quality-interparental-conflict-and-overnights-with-mental-health-problems-of-children-in-divorcing-families-with-high-legal-conflict
#5
Irwin N Sandler, Lorey A Wheeler, Sanford L Braver
The current study examined the associations between child mental health problems and the quality of maternal and paternal parenting, and how these associations were moderated by three contextual factors: quality of parenting by the other parent, interparental conflict, and the number of overnights parents had with the child. Data for the current study came from a sample of divorcing families who are in high legal conflict over developing or maintaining a parenting plan following divorce. Analyses revealed that the associations between child mental health problems and positive maternal and paternal parenting were moderated by the quality of parenting provided by the other parent and by the number of overnights children spent with parents, but not by the level of interparental conflict...
December 2013: Journal of Family Psychology: JFP
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/23946550/one-s-enough-for-now-children-disability-and-the-subsequent-childbearing-of-mothers
#6
Maryhelen D Macinnes
This mixed-methods study explores the subsequent childbearing of mothers whose firstborn children have disabilities. I make use of matched data from the 1993 NHIS - 1995 NSFG (N = 4,468) to determine the effects of child disability on the hazard of a second birth and draw on a series of 24 in-depth interviews that explore the lived experience of raising children with disabilities. My findings suggest that mothers whose firstborn children are disabled have a lower hazard of a second birth. This reduction stems from mothers' recognition that children with disabilities have extensive needs and that, in order to meet those needs and maximize their potential, they need to make strategic choices such as delaying subsequent childbearing...
August 2008: Journal of Marriage and the Family
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/23421844/a-randomized-clinical-trial-of-the-effectiveness-of-premarital-intervention-moderators-of-divorce-outcomes
#7
RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL
Howard J Markman, Galena K Rhoades, Scott M Stanley, Kristina M Peterson
This study examined the effects of premarital relationship intervention on divorce during the first 8 years of first marriage. Religious organizations were randomly assigned to have couples marrying through them complete the Prevention and Relationship Education Program (PREP) or their naturally occurring premarital services. Results indicated no differences in overall divorce rates between naturally occurring services (n = 44), PREP delivered by clergy at religious organizations (n = 66), or PREP delivered by professionals at a university (n = 83)...
February 2013: Journal of Family Psychology: JFP
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/23148129/temporal-differences-in-remarriage-timing-comparing-divorce-and-widowhood
#8
Spencer L James, Kevin Shafer
One gap in the remarriage literature to date concerns the timing of remarriage among different groups. This paper begins to fill this gap by examining the tempo of remarriage among individuals whose first marriages ended in divorce and individuals whose first marriages ended in spousal death. Drawing on event-history models, the results suggest that divorced individuals remarry quicker than individuals whose first marriage ended in spousal death. Interestingly, results also indicate that this relationship is moderated by both gender and parity, suggesting demographic and life course factors can impede or encourage post-marital union formation...
2012: Journal of Divorce & Remarriage
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/23071000/risk-of-new-psychiatric-episodes-in-the-year-following-divorce-in-midlife-cause-or-selection-a-nationwide-register-based-study-of-703-960-individuals
#9
Emma Björkenstam, Johan Hallqvist, Christina Dalman, Rickard Ljung
AIMS: To examine if divorce is associated with an increased risk of psychiatric disorder. METHODS: A register-based cohort study of all married or divorced individuals aged 45-54 in Sweden in 2006. After exclusion of 129,669 individuals with a history of psychiatric care in 1987-2005, we followed 703,960 persons for psychiatric disorder during 2007, measured as psychiatric inpatient care, outpatient care and use of psychotropic medication. Marital trajectories were taken into consideration...
December 2013: International Journal of Social Psychiatry
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/22995666/the-relationship-between-mortality-and-time-since-divorce-widowhood-or%C3%A2-remarriage-in-norway
#10
Kjersti Norgård Berntsen, Oystein Kravdal
The chance of dying within any given year probably depends not only on marital status in that year but also on earlier partnership history. There is still not much knowledge about such effects, however. Our intention is to see how mortality is associated with time since divorce, bereavement and remarriage and time between marital disruption and remarriage. We use register data that include the entire Norwegian population aged 40-89 from 1970 to 2008 (70,701,767 person-years of exposure and 1,484,281 deaths)...
December 2012: Social Science & Medicine
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/22474111/impact-of-divorce-on-children-developmental-considerations
#11
REVIEW
Christy Kleinsorge, Lynne M Covitz
Although divorce can have significant negative impact on children, a variety of protective factors can increase the likelihood of long-term positive psychological adjustment. • Exposure to high levels of parental conflict is predictive of poor emotional adjustment by the child regardless of the parents' marital status. • Epidemiologic data reveal that custody and parenting arrangements are evolving, with more emphasis on joint custody and access to both parents by the child. • Pediatricians' knowledge of childhood development is essential in providing anticipatory guidance to parents throughout the divorce process and beyond...
April 2012: Pediatrics in Review
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/22417189/enhancing-youth-outcomes-following-parental-divorce-a-longitudinal-study-of-the-effects-of-the-new-beginnings-program-on-educational-and-occupational-goals
#12
RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL
Amanda B Sigal, Sharlene A Wolchik, Jenn-Yun Tein, Irwin N Sandler
This study examined whether the New Beginnings Program for divorced families led to improvements in youth's educational goals and job aspirations 6 years following participation and tested whether several parenting and youth variables mediated the program effects. Participants were 240 youth aged 9 to 12 years at the initial assessment, and data were part of a randomized, experimental trial of a parenting skills preventive intervention targeting children's postdivorce adjustment. The results revealed positive effects of the program on youth's educational goals and job aspirations 6 years after participation for those who were at high risk for developing later problems at program entry...
2012: Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/22125355/reconsidering-the-good-divorce
#13
Paul R Amato, Jennifer B Kane, Spencer James
This study attempted to assess the notion that a "good divorce" protects children from the potential negative consequences of marital dissolution. A cluster analysis of data on postdivorce parenting from 944 families resulted in three groups: cooperative coparenting, parallel parenting, and single parenting. Children in the cooperative coparenting (good divorce) cluster had the smallest number of behavior problems and the closest ties to their fathers. Nevertheless, children in this cluster did not score significantly better than other children on 10 additional outcomes...
December 2011: Family Relations
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/21785523/parents-marital-distress-divorce-and-remarriage-links-with-daughters-early-family-formation-transitions
#14
Paul R Amato, Jennifer B Kane
We used data from the Add Health study to estimate the effects of parents' marital status and relationship distress on daughters' early family formation transitions. Outcomes included traditional transitions (marriage and marital births) and nontraditional transitions (cohabitation and nonmarital births). Relationship distress among continuously married parents was not related to any outcome. Offspring with single parents and remarried parents had an elevated risk of nonmarital births and nonmarital cohabitation...
August 1, 2011: Journal of Family Issues
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/21534936/a-multinational-study-of-mental-disorders-marriage-and-divorce
#15
MULTICENTER STUDY
J Breslau, E Miller, R Jin, N A Sampson, J Alonso, L H Andrade, E J Bromet, G de Girolamo, K Demyttenaere, J Fayyad, A Fukao, M Gălăon, O Gureje, Y He, H R Hinkov, C Hu, V Kovess-Masfety, H Matschinger, M E Medina-Mora, J Ormel, J Posada-Villa, R Sagar, K M Scott, R C Kessler
OBJECTIVE: Estimate predictive associations of mental disorders with marriage and divorce in a cross-national sample. METHOD: Population surveys of mental disorders included assessment of age at first marriage in 19 countries (n = 46,128) and age at first divorce in a subset of 12 countries (n = 30,729). Associations between mental disorders and subsequent marriage and divorce were estimated in discrete time survival models. RESULTS: Fourteen of 18 premarital mental disorders are associated with lower likelihood of ever marrying (odds ratios ranging from 0...
December 2011: Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/19161582/divorce-is-a-part-of-my-life-resilience-survival-and-vulnerability-young-adults-perception-of-the-implications-of-parental-divorce
#16
Dorit Eldar-Avidan, Muhammad M Haj-Yahia, Charles W Greenbaum
A qualitative study among 22 young adults (20-25 years old) whose parents divorced during their childhood was conducted in Israel, using semi-structured, in-depth, open-ended interviews. Qualitative data analysis led to identification of three profiles, aiming at a grounded theoretical conceptualization. Three core themes were identified: the centrality of the family; short- and long-term implications of parental divorce and its relations to supportive coping resources; and perspective at young adulthood. Further analysis led to typifying participants by three profiles, which represent the grounded theoretical conceptualizations: resilience, survival, and vulnerability...
January 2009: Journal of Marital and Family Therapy
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/15209038/the-impact-of-welfare-reform-on-marriage-and-divorce
#17
Marianne P Bitler, Jonah B Gelbach, Hilary W Hoynes, Madeline Zavodny
The goal of the 1996 Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act was to end needy parents' dependence on governmental benefits, in part by promoting marriage. The prereform welfare system was widely believed to discourage marriage because it provided benefits primarily to single mothers. However, welfare reform may have actually decreased the incentives to be married by giving women greater financial independence via the program's new emphasis on work. This article uses vital statistics data on marriages and divorces during 1989-2000 to examine the role of welfare reform (state waivers and implementation of Temporary Assistance to Needy Families) and other state-level variables on flows into and out of marriage...
May 2004: Demography
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