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(1967). Archives of General Psychiatry. XIII, 1965: Anterospective Data Following Childhood Loss of a Parent. I. Delinquency and High School Dropout. Pp. 99-109. II. Pathology, Performance, and Potential Among College Students. I. Gregory. Pp. 110-120.. Psychoanal Q., 36:144.
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: Archives of General Psychiatry. XIII, 1965: Anterospective Data Following Childhood Loss of a Parent. I. Delinquency and High School Dropout. Pp. 99-109. II. Pathology, Performance, and Potential Among College Students. I. Gregory. Pp. 110-120.

(1967). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 36:144

Archives of General Psychiatry. XIII, 1965: Anterospective Data Following Childhood Loss of a Parent. I. Delinquency and High School Dropout. Pp. 99-109. II. Pathology, Performance, and Potential Among College Students. I. Gregory. Pp. 110-120.

These two studies are complementary to the many retrospective studies and case reports on the effect of parental loss on the emotional development of children as reflected in delinquent behavior or dropping out of school. The highest rates of delinquency for both boys and girls occurs where the parents are separated or divorced and the next to highest rate is found among those who are living alone with the parent of the opposite sex. A higher rate of delinquency is found among boys and girls who have lost the parent of the same sex than of the opposite sex. High school dropout rates showed a similar correlation.

The study of college students who had lost one or both parents in childhood showed few significant correlations.

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(1967). Archives of General Psychiatry. XIII, 1965. Psychoanal. Q., 36:144

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