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-According to the National Survey of Children’s Health, children who lived with both biological parents scored lower on the behavior problems scale (49.0) than those who lived with a biological parent and a stepparent (51.8). In between were those who only lived with their biological mother (51.5) or those who lived within another family structure (50.4).  Items measured on the behavior problems scale included bullying, disobedience, and acting depressed.((Patrick F. Fagan and Paul Sullins, “Children with a Learning Disability”, Marriage and Religion Research Institute Mapping American, available at [[http://marri.us/wp-content/uploads/MA-141.pdf]].))+According to the National Survey of Children’s Health, children who lived with both biological parents scored lower on the behavior problems scale (49.0) than those who lived with a biological parent and a stepparent (51.8). In between were those who only lived with their biological mother (51.5) or those who lived within another family structure (50.4).  Items measured on the behavior problems scale included bullying, disobedience, and acting depressed.((Patrick F. Fagan and Paul Sullins, “Child Behavioral Problems”, Marriage and Religion Research Institute Mapping American, available at [[http://marri.us/wp-content/uploads/MA-28-30-158.pdf]].))
  
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