We examined history of alcoholism and occurrence and timing of separation in parents of a female twin cohort.
Parental separation (never-together; never-married cohabitants who separated; married who separated) was predicted from maternal and paternal alcoholism in 326
Parental separation was more common in families with
Parental separation is a childhood environmental exposure that is more common in children of alcoholics, with timing of separation highly dependent on alcoholic parent gender.
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