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Under the same roof, for better and for worse: Households with young children are experiencing both increased conflict and high levels of closeness during the pandemic

In this week's post, we report that average family conflict rates have, indeed, significantly increased from pre-pandemic levels across families in our RAPID survey sample. The magnitude of these increases is the same across families, regardless of race and ethnicity or income level. However, what is markedly different across household income levels is what parents and other caregivers report would be most likely to reduce conflict. (author abstract)
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