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The Behavioral Effects Divorce Can Have on Children

@inproceedings{WilliamsOwens2017TheBE,
  title={The Behavioral Effects Divorce Can Have on Children},
  author={Wanda M. Williams-Owens},
  year={2017}
}
.......................................................................................................IV Family ...........................................................................................................1 Divorce...........................................................................................................2 Figure 1.. Divorce Rates from 1970-2010..........................................................3 Effects Divorce Has On Children With Disability… 

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