Understanding how family-level dynamics affect children's development : Studies of two-parent familiesFaculty Publications
AbstractEditor's Notes, by James P. McHale, by Philip A. Cowan -- Page 1 1: New Directions in the Study of Family-Level Dynamics During Infancy and Early Childhood, by James P. McHale, by Regina Kuersten, by Allison Lauretti -- Page 5 2: Assessing the Triadic Alliance Between Fathers, Mothers, and Infants at Play, by Elisabeth-Fivaz-Depeursinge, by France Frascarolo, by Antoinette Corboz-Warnery -- Page 27 3: Coparenting, Parenting, and Early Emotional Development, by Jay Belsky, by Sam Putnam, by Keith Crnic -- Page 45 4: Spillover Effects of Marital Conflict: In Search of Parenting and Coparenting Mechanisms, by Lynn Fainsilber Katz, by John M. Gottman -- Page 57 5: Coparenting, Family Interactions, and Competence Among African American Youths, by Gene H. Brody, by Douglas L. Flor -- Page 77 6: Coparenting in a Family Context: Emerging Achievements, Current Dilemmas, and Future Directions, by Philip A. Cowan, by James P. McHale -- Page 93 Index -- Page 107
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Citation InformationMcHale, J.P. & Cowan, P.A. (Eds.) (1996). Understanding how family-level dynamics affect children's development: Studies of two-parent families. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.