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CR01 - Child Custody Research Portfolio

This portfolio, prepared in 1992, consists of seven documents which originally appeared as chapters in professional books or articles in professional journals, all published between 1979 and 1987.

Child Custody Research Portfolio Cover.One article reviews the literature on father-custody and contains an extensive reference list with complete bibliographic citations.

One chapter describes characteristics of father-custody families, our society's prejudice against such families, and how therapists can assist these families. The discussion stresses the importance of having flexible guidelines for children's post-divorce living arrangements, promoting co parenting relationships, and preparing the children for the separation. There are sections on facilitating the mother-child relationship, the father-child relationship, and strengthening support systems.

The remaining five documents are the original studies of the Texas Custody Research Project, with appropriate statistical analyses, discussions of the implications of the results for custody policy, and complete reference lists (one chapter lists 59 references). The documents in this portfolio have been extensively cited in the professional literature on divorce. They have also been introduced as evidence in custody litigation and have been presented in legislatures throughout the country.

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