Each night, Paula Madrid's 7-year-old daughter, Chloé, refuses to go to bed quietly -- a new rebellion hatched since the family sequestered themselves in their New York City apartment to avoid the coronavirus.

"Everyday, there's something going on that wasn't happening before," said Madrid, a clinical and forensic psychologist.

A recent study by the University of Michigan found that the outbreak is already taking its toll on parents. The online survey of 562 adults, released Tuesday, showed that a majority of parents -- 52% -- said that self-isolating and financial worries were getting in the way of their parenting.

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