Behavior problems of clinic children: relation to parental marital status, age and sex of child.

@article{Brady1986BehaviorPO,
  title={Behavior problems of clinic children: relation to parental marital status, age and sex of child.},
  author={C P Brady and James H. Bray and Linda Zeeb},
  journal={The American journal of orthopsychiatry},
  year={1986},
  volume={56 3},
  pages={
          399-412
        }
}
Behavior problems of 703 children seen in a clinical setting were examined for interactions between and effects of family type (i.e., parental marital status) and age and sex of child. Significant differences were found based on family type, with children of separated, divorced, and remarried parents having more problems. Expected interactions between marital status and age and sex of child were not obtained, although results support prior research with regard to the effects of age and sex. 

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