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|Title:||Inter-parental conflict and children's academic attainment: a longitudinal analysis.|
|Citation:||J CHILD PSYCHOL PSYCHIATRY, 2007, 48 (12), pp. 1223-1232|
|Abstract:||Previous research suggests a link between inter-parental conflict and children's psychological development. Most studies, however, have tended to focus on two broad indices of children's psychological adaptation (internalizing symptoms and externalizing problems) in considering the effects of inter-parental conflict on children's development. The present longitudinal study extends this body of research by considering the impact of inter-parental conflict on children's low academic attainment among a sample of 230 schoolchildren (age 11-13 years) living in the United Kingdom.|
|Appears in Collections:||Published Articles, School of Psychology|
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