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Bergman, L.R., & Wångby, M. (1993). Adult adjustment problems of separated children: A longitudinal study from birth to the age of 23. Scandinavian Journal of Social Welfare, 2, 10-16.

Bergman, L.R., & Wångby, M. (1995). The teenage girl: Patterns of self-reported adjustment problems and some correlates. International Journal of Methods in Psychiatric Research, 5, 171-188.

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Bergman, L.R., & Wångby, M. (1999). We do not know if today, in Sweden, girls more than boys are subjected to disruptive conditions of upbringing. International Journal of Social Welfare, 8, 79-80.

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Daukantaitė, D., & Zukauskiene, R. (2012). Optimism and subjective well-being: Affectivity plays a secondary role in the relationship between optimism and global life satisfaction in the middle-aged women. Longitudinal and cross-cultural findings. Journal of Happiness Studies, 13(1), 1-16.

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