Separación o divorcio: Trastornos psicológicos en los padres y los hijos

Revista de la Asociación Española de Neuropsiquiatría, ISSN 0211-5735, Vol. 24, Nº. 92, 2004, pags. 91-112 01/2004; DOI: 10.4321/S0211-57352004000400006
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ABSTRACT Tras señalar el papel psicológico para los hijos del grupo familiar, se ha revisado la literatura científica sobre las consecuencias que acarrean en los niños las separaciones o divorcios, resaltando las ventajas e inconvenientes de la custodia compartida o en solitario, así como las características de los síndromes denominados de Alienación Parental, progenitor Malicioso, e Interferncia severa que tanto alteran el proceso de la ruptura de la pareja y un trastorno más tardío llamado Síndrome de la falsa Memoria.

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