Referenzen zum Artikel von Linda Nielsen

Die im Blog Artikel "10 überraschende Erkenntnisse über die Doppelresidenz nach Trennung und Scheidung" von Linda Nielsen ausgewerteten Studien haben alle von ihr dargelegten Aspekte betrachtet. Insgesamt waren es 54 Studien bzw. Veröffentlichungen, die in die Meta-Untersuchung eingeflossen sind.

Der Hauptartikel über Ihre Auswertung selbst wird in Kürze erscheinen, für alle, die jetzt schon mal nachsehen wollen, wo Frau Prof. Nielsen denn ihre Erkenntnisse gewonnen hat, kann man das hier nachlesen:

Reference List


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