Excerpt: “…The focus of this chapter is on assessing coparenting relationships in families…Material draws on both the theory and practice of clinicians and on the methods, procedures, and tools of researchers. The aim is to help researchers become better grounded in measurement and in the real-life complexities of coparenting…and to help clinicians already very familiar with the lives of the people they serve become better versed in evaluating what they are doing …” (p.149)
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McHale, J.P. (2011). Assessing coparenting. In J. P. McHale & K.M. Lindahl (Eds.). Coparenting: A conceptual and clinical examination of family systems. (pp.149-170). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association. doi: 10.1037/12328-000
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