• Psychology
  • Published 2012

Child Custody Evaluators' Beliefs About Domestic Abuse Allegations: Their Relationship to Evaluator Demographics, Background, Domestic Violence Knowledge and Custody-Visitation Recommendations

@inproceedings{Saunders2012ChildCE,
  title={Child Custody Evaluators' Beliefs About Domestic Abuse Allegations: Their Relationship to Evaluator Demographics, Background, Domestic Violence Knowledge and Custody-Visitation Recommendations},
  author={Daniel G. Saunders and Kathleen Coulborn Faller and Richard M. Tolman},
  year={2012}
}

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