Child Adjustment in Joint Physical Custody Versus Sole Custody: A Meta-Analytic Review

@article{Baude2016ChildAI,
  title={Child Adjustment in Joint Physical Custody Versus Sole Custody: A Meta-Analytic Review},
  author={Amandine Baude and J. Pearson and S. Drapeau},
  journal={Journal of Divorce & Remarriage},
  year={2016},
  volume={57},
  pages={338 - 360}
}
  • Amandine Baude, J. Pearson, S. Drapeau
  • Published 2016
  • Psychology
  • Journal of Divorce & Remarriage
  • ABSTRACT A meta-analysis was conducted to compare the adjustment of children in joint and sole custody. The studies included here defined joint custody as a proportion of time spent by children in each home ranging from a one-third time division (70%/30%) to an equal share (50%/50%). The overall results of the 19 selected studies revealed better outcomes for children in joint custody, with a weak effect size (d = .109). Moreover, this association was moderated by the amount of time that… CONTINUE READING
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