The consequences of divorce for children and adults. The impact of divorce on children. Journal of Toxicology: Clinical Toxicology. New articles by this author. Predictors of initiation of alcohol use among US adolescents: findings from a prospective cohort study.
As an extension of the same-sex hypothesis Santrock and Warshak, ; Warshak,which holds that children will be more receptive to parents of the same sex parenting studies in Downey sex, we expect that female adolescents in mother-only households will report lower levels of substance use than those living with their fathers H 4.
Are schools the great equalizer? Los factores responsables en las variaciones del uso de las drogas entre los hijos e hijas tienen implicaciones muy importantes y se deben tomar en cuenta para reducir los usos de drogas en el futuro. No differences were found on inhalant use.
The following articles are merged in Scholar. Government Printing Office; Relative to intact families, children of single-parent families generally are more likely to be resource deprived Amato and Keith,especially in female-headed households Amato,and receive less intense and less consistent monitoring, all of which have been associated with adolescent drug use McLanahan and Sandefur, A same sex parenting studies in Downey national sample of adolescents was surveyed, and a lifetime drug use measure was used to offset potential insensitivity of shorter duration indicators.
For each substance, lifetime use ranged from 0 no usage to 6 40 or more occasions. Towards a family process model of maternal and parental depressive symptoms: exploring multiple relations with child and family functioning. The effects of single-mother families and nonresidential fathers on delinquency and substance abuse in Black and White adolescents.
Email Address required. My profile My library Metrics Alerts. Examination of mean differences Table 3 revealed that substance use of respondents in father-only family structures significantly exceeded that of children in either dual-parent or mother-only families on all three of the substances under study.