Responding to concerns about a study of infant overnight care postseparation, with comments on consensus: reply to Warshak (2014)
Richard Warshak published a “consensus report” in this journal (Vol. 20, No. 1) documenting a policy position on infants and overnight care following parental separation. He asserts that “[t]here is no evidence to support postponing the introduction of regular and frequent involvement, including overnights, of both parents with their babies and toddlers” (p. 60). To support this assertion, Warshak presents a series of detailed concerns about an Australian study the authors conducted, some of...[Show more]
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