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William Fabricius: Infant ‘sleepovers’ & long-term correlations

June 11, 2016 by


Fabricius – Infant Overnights: Long-Term Correlations (circa July 2013) Introduction For the last approximately 15 years there has been interest among family policy makers, researchers, legal scholars and mental health professionals in the potential risks and benefits of infants and young children of divorced or separated parents spending overnight time with their non-custodial parents. [1]  […]