Post-Divorce Interparental Conflict and Adolescents' Attitudes About Marriage

  title={Post-Divorce Interparental Conflict and Adolescents' Attitudes About Marriage},
  author={Ren{\'e}e Peltz Dennison and Susan Silverberg K{\oe}rner},
  journal={Journal of Divorce \& Remarriage},
  pages={31 - 49}
Abstract The present study examined the relationship between post-divorce interparental conflict and adolescent attitudes about marriage, as well as how maternal disclosures and adolescent gender may moderate that relationship. Respondents were 194 mother-adolescent pairs, recruited from divorce records in central and southern Arizona, with the age of the adolescents ranging from 11 to 17 years (M = 14 years, 5 months; SD = 21 months). Findings indicate that higher post-divorce interparental… 
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