Parenting Plans & Child Development
Research and Articles Regarding Creating a Parenting Plan and Child Development
- Alienated Children in Divorce: The Alienated Child: A Reformulation of Parental Alienation by Joan B. Kelly and Janet R. Johnston
- Child Adjustment in Joint-Custody Versus Sole-Custody Arrangements: A Meta-Analytic Review by Robert Bauserman
- Child Custody Arrangements: Their Characteristics and Outcomes– Prepared by Sharon Moyer
- Children’s Adjustment in Sole Custody Compared to Joint Custody Families and Principles for Custody Decision Making by Janet R. Johnston
- Developing Beneficial Parenting Plan Models for Children Following Separation and Divorce by Joan B. Kelly
- Findings on Children’s Adjustment and Proposed Guidelines for the Resolution of Custody and Visitation Disputes by Janet R. Johnston
- Parallel Parenting for High Conflict Families by Philip M. Stahl
- Using Child Development Research to Make Appropriate Custody and Access Decisions for Young Children by Joan B. Kelly and Michael E. Lamb
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