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Retrospect and prospect in the psychological study of coparenting and family group processFaculty Publications
Document TypeBook Chapter
Date IssuedJanuary 2002
Date AvailableMarch 2012
AbstractExcerpt: “This chapter examines the meaning and relevance of family group dynamics in studies of child and family development…consider more specifically family groups in the United States and the roots of American psychologists’ current belief system about ‘optimal’ family functioning…conclude with some thoughts about clinical practice, public policy, and future coparenting and family group research…” (p.127, 128)
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Citation InformationMcHale, J.P., Lauretti, A., Talbot, J. & Pouquette, C. (2002). Retrospect and prospect in the psychological study of coparenting and family group process. In J. McHale and W. Grolnick (Eds). Retrospect and prospect in the psychological study of families. New Jersey: Erlbaum (pp. 127-165).