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Why infants should not have ‘overnights’ with their Dad

May 17, 2016 by


Why infants should not have ‘overnights’ with their Dad – Exactly what is the argument in favour of this ? For a start, it is claimed – and it’s true – that there is no pre-existing study(s) of what are the long-term implications associated with overnight stays at their father’s during a child’s infancy. This […]

Pamela Ludolph rejects McIntosh et al

May 6, 2016 by


The Special Issue (of the Family Court Review) on Attachment: Overreaching Theory and Data By Pamela S. Ludolph, 2012 Short biogrpahy: Pamela Ludolph is a clinical and forensic psychologist in Ann Arbor, Michigan, and a lecturer at the University of Michigan. She holds an AB in psychology from Mount Holyoke College, an AM in educational theory […]

Emery calls a Crisis Committee

May 3, 2016 by


Emery’s RESEARCHERS’ ROUNDTABLE “BENDING EVIDENCE FOR A CAUSE: SCHOLAR-ADVOCACY BIAS IN FAMILY LAW by Robert E. Emery, Amy Holtzworth-Munroe, Janet R. Johnston, JoAnne L. Pedro-Carroll, Marsha Kline Pruett, Michael Saini, and Irwin Sandler Behind the seemingly tranquil scenes of academic life an undeclared internecine war has been declared along the corridors of influence and prestige. […]