Work on this study was supported by NICHD grants KO2 HD047505 and RO1 HD42179 “Prenatal predictors of earlycoparenting” to the second author and by an NICHD Underrepresented Minorities program supplement to HD42179 supporting the first author's work. We thank administrators and staff at Clark University for their supportduring the data collection phase of this project; the many Worcester area families who contributed to the study; Christina Kazali, Julia Berkman, Nina Olsen, Dawn Vo, and Valerie Haskell for their assistance in conducting prenatal assessments; and Holly DiMario, Amy Alberts, Kate Fish, Oliver Hartman, Stephanie Giampa, Eleanor Chaffe and Rebecca Lieberson for their help with post-partum assessments. Lieberson, Olsen, Sandy Fulton, Karen Jacob, Chris Scull, Tamir Rotman, and Evelyn Alvarez provided clinical ratings of marital and coparenting data discussed in this report.
Withdrawal From Coparenting Interactions During Early Infancy
Version of Record online: 24 NOV 2008
2008 © FPI, Inc.
Volume 47, Issue 4, pages 481–499, December 2008
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ELLISTON, D., McHALE, J., TALBOT, J., PARMLEY, M. and KUERSTEN-HOGAN, R. (2008), Withdrawal From Coparenting Interactions During Early Infancy. Family Process, 47: 481–499. doi: 10.1111/j.1545-5300.2008.00267.x
- Issue online: 24 NOV 2008
- Version of Record online: 24 NOV 2008
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