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  • B E Robson
  • 1991
While some children cope well with divorce, children of divorced parents are at increased risk for suicide, low self-esteem, affective disorders, and general distress. Useful intervention from the family physician usually begins with educating parents about what to expect and about the importance of open communication, co-operation between parents, and(More)
Divorce is frequent in our society. It is a "marker" of high stress periods that precede and follow it. The events surrounding it have clear negative effects on the physical and mental health of all those involved. The issues and the reactions, different for fathers and mothers and for children, are determined by the sex and developmental stage. The effects(More)
This study evaluated the water quality effects of both untreated and state-of-the-art treated stormwater on a Florida freshwater oligotrophic marsh macroinvertebrate assemblage during 1995–96. Twenty sampling sites were distributed throughout the length of the Savannas State Preserve freshwater marsh. Sites received runoff from natural upland areas or one(More)
  • B E Robson
  • 1983
Children of divorced parents are themselves more likely to divorce. The transmission hypothesis has been variously explained by the role model learning, high risk mate selection, increased individual psychopathology and more recently by the explanation of the family's positive sanction of divorce. Conversely, studies without matched controls of adolescents'(More)
The authors report the results of a 1990 survey of 91 graduates of the 2-year training program in child psychiatry at the University of Toronto. The participants, who completed their training between 1982 and 1989, completed a structured questionnaire designed to assess current patterns of practice, consultation, and academic activities. The respondents(More)
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