Results reveal children living with mostly or exclusively one parent have more behavioural problems and psychological symptoms than those in joint custody or a traditional family set up.
From a parents’ perspective, there is no difference between youngsters in a traditional family living arrangement and those in joint parental custody.
Yet, children’s teachers report youngsters from traditional families are better behaved.
Dr Bergström told MailOnline: ‘It is beneficial for children to have everyday contact with their parents. Parental quality often improves if they see their children often rather than just on the weekends.
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