Associations between prenatal coparenting behavior and observed coparenting behavior at 9-months postpartum.

  title={Associations between prenatal coparenting behavior and observed coparenting behavior at 9-months postpartum.},
  author={Lauren E Altenburger and SARAH J. SCHOPPE-SULLIVAN and Sarah N Lang and D. Jane Bower and Claire M Kamp Dush},
  journal={Journal of family psychology : JFP : journal of the Division of Family Psychology of the American Psychological Association},
  volume={28 4},
Coparenting, or the ways partners relate to each other in their roles as parents, is important to child and family functioning. However, it remains unclear whether coparenting begins at or prior to a child's birth. This study tested whether expectant parents' behavior in the Prenatal Lausanne Trilogue Play procedure (PLTP), an assessment designed in Switzerland for examining prebirth coparenting behavior, forecasted postnatal observations of coparenting behavior in a sample of first-time… CONTINUE READING
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