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Excerpt: “This chapter addresses the assessment of parenting relationships between adults responsible for the care and socialization of infants and young children…The broad principles we describe in this chapter are relevant in assessing all kinds of co-parenting systems, at any age and in any form of family; however, for cases where special considerations or circumstances are known to bear meaningfully upon co-parenting assessments, we provide additional commentary…” (p.357)
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