I read an abstract from this article: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16180285
Unfortunately I don't have access to the whole content.
In the end of abstract we read that:
However, introducing their non-traditional family into their peer group does not seem to interfere with their psychological well-being. Nonetheless, teachers indicate that children from lesbian families experience more attention problems compared with children from heterosexual households.
What do attention problems mean in this context?
- Children find it hard to concentrate?
- Children are in the centre of their peers attention (which might be uncomfortable)?
- Children ask for teacher's attention too much?
Can we be sure about the selected interpretation?