Predictors of Parental Communication and Cooperation Among Divorcing Spouses

The present study seeks to identify parental communication and cooperation as predictors of successful co-parenting in Israel during the divorce process

Ricky Finzi-Dottan; Orna Cohen

2012

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  • The present study seeks to identify parental communication and cooperation as predictors of successful co-parenting in Israel during the divorce process
  • The differential contributions support the hypothesis of communication and cooperation as separate components of successful co-parenting, and the value of studying both
  • These findings may be used to help improve co-parenting during divorce

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