Volume 22, Issue 3 (2000)
Battered-Child Syndrome: Is It a Paradigm for a Child of Embattled Divorce?
H. Patrick Stern M.D., Michael W. Mellon Ph.D., Beth O. Butler L.C.S.W., Suzanne E. Stroh R.N.P., Nicholas Long Ph.D., and Jerry G. Jones M.D.
The Challenge to Rural States of Procedural Reform in High Conflict Custody Cases
Elizabeth Barker Brandt J.D.
Contentious Divorce: The Rocky Path to the Child's Best Interests
Michael S. Jellinek M.D., Kate Erwin M.D., and Alexa Bagnell M.D.
Child Maltreatment and Endangerment in the Context of Divorce
Kathleen Coulborn Faller Ph.D.
The Comprehensive Child Custody Evaluation—Ten Years Later
Robert L. Halon Ph.D.
Qualifications of the Techniques to Be Used by Judges, Attorneys, and Mental Health Professionals Who Deal the Children in High Conflict Divorce Cases
Barry Bricklin Ph.D. and Gail Elliott Ph.D.
Professionals' Perceptions of Divorce Involving Children
H. Patrick Stern M.D., Pippa Simpson Ph.D., Trevor Gage M.D., and Kim Worley M.D.