Individual Parental Adjustment Moderates the Relationship Between Marital and Coparenting Quality

@article{Talbot2004IndividualPA,
  title={Individual Parental Adjustment Moderates the Relationship Between Marital and Coparenting Quality},
  author={Jean A. Talbot and James P. McHale},
  journal={Journal of Adult Development},
  year={2004},
  volume={11},
  pages={191-205}
}
Contemporary family research studies have devoted surprisingly little effort to elucidating the interplay between adults' individual adjustment and the dynamics of their coparental relationship. In this study, we assessed two particularly relevant “trait” variables, parental flexibility and self-control, and traced links between these characteristics and the nature of the coparents' interactions together with their infants. It was hypothesized that parental flexibility and self-control would… CONTINUE READING
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