The psychological effects of parental divorce on the behavior of preschool children

Nerxhivane Krasniqi


This study focuses on parental divorce and its psychological effects on the behavior of preschool children. Currently, an increase in the number of divorces is observed and is associated with a psycho-social problem that affects the healthy development of children. The study aims to address this issue. The study employed the quantitative methodology. A 6-point Likert scale questionnaire was used to measure the attitudes and evaluations of the respondents regarding the negative consequences of parental divorce for preschool children. The study aimed to help divorced parents and kindergarten teachers to increase the quality of educational work with this category of children.


Preschool children; parental divorce; psychological effects of divorce

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