Effect of loss of father through divorce on personality of the preschool child

Peretti, Peter O.; DiVitorrio, Anthony
December 1992
Journal of Instructional Psychology;Dec92, Vol. 19 Issue 4, p269
Academic Journal
Examines the effect of the loss of father through divorce on the personality of a preschool child. Guilt; Sociability; Depression; Self-confidence.


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