Using Child Development Research to Make Appropriate Custody and Access Decisions for Young Children The MISREPRESENTATIONS of

@inproceedings{Lamb2000UsingCD,
  title={Using Child Development Research to Make Appropriate Custody and Access Decisions for Young Children The MISREPRESENTATIONS of},
  author={Michael Lamb and Joan A Kelly},
  year={2000}
}
The below article, published by the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, AFCC, and similar articles by these co-authors and disciples, seems to be cited these days just about every time some custody evaluator wants to throw a baby or toddler into joint custody as if speculative agenda-driven hypotheses constitute research findings. They don't. This -as well as the numerous articles like it -is an opinion piece. Its arguments are misleading, self-serving, unsupported political rhetoric… CONTINUE READING
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