How do the experiences of the early separated and the early bereaved differ and to what extent do such differences affect outcome?


From a survey of 40- to 49-year-old women from Chichester, West Sussex, 45 were selected whose mothers died before they were aged 11, 38 who were evacuated from their mothers during the 1939–1945 War and 45 who were separated from their mothers for other reasons for at least a year before they were aged 10. A series of 69 non-mother-bereaved or non-mother… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00596781


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