Assessing Credibility in Allegations Conflict Child Custody Case of Marital Violence in the High -

@inproceedings{Austin2005AssessingCI,
  title={Assessing Credibility in Allegations Conflict Child Custody Case of Marital Violence in the High -},
  author={W. J. Austin},
  year={2005}
}
Forensic psychology has not systematically examined the problem of evaluating the credibility of allegations of marital violence within the context of a child custody case. The importance of this issue stems from the negative effect of family violence on children, the iniplications for parenting effectiveness, and consideration of the feasibility of joint custody. When marital violence has not been previously disclosed or objectively documented by prosecution, there is a need to examine the… CONTINUE READING

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