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James McHale
James McHale
Professor of Psychology, USF St. Petersburg
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Coparenting and triadic interactions during infancy: The roles of marital distress and child gender.
JP McHale
Developmental psychology 31 (6), 985, 1995
7941995
Coparental and family group-level dynamics during infancy: Early family precursors of child and family functioning during preschool
JP McHale, JL Rasmussen
Development and psychopathology 10 (1), 39-59, 1998
6251998
Overt and covert coparenting processes in the family
JP McHale
Family process 36 (2), 183-201, 1997
5061997
Coparenting in Diverse
J McHale, I Khazan, P Erera, T Rotman, W DeCourcey, M McConnell
Handbook of parenting: Being and becoming a parent 3, 75, 2002
486*2002
Growing points for coparenting theory and research
JP McHale, R Kuersten-Hogan, N Rao
Journal of adult development 11, 221-234, 2004
3962004
Parental reports of coparenting and observed coparenting behavior during the toddler period.
JP McHale, R Kuersten-Hogan, A Lauretti, JL Rasmussen
Journal of Family Psychology 14 (2), 220, 2000
3252000
Coparenting: A conceptual and clinical examination of family systems.
JP McHale, KM Lindahl
American Psychological Association, 2011
2992011
When infants grow up in multiperson relationship systems
JP McHale
Infant mental health journal 28 (4), 370-392, 2007
2782007
Links between socialization goals and child‐rearing practices in Chinese and Indian mothers
N Rao, JP McHale, E Pearson
Infant and Child Development: An International Journal of Research and …, 2003
2532003
The transition to coparenthood: Parents' prebirth expectations and early coparental adjustment at 3 months postpartum
JP McHale, C Kazali, T Rotman, J Talbot, M Carleton, R Lieberson
Development and psychopathology 16 (3), 711-733, 2004
2342004
Charting the bumpy road of coparenthood: Understanding the challenges of family life.
JP McHale
Zero to three, 2007
2312007
Covert antisocial behavior in boys with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder: external validation and effects of methylphenidate.
SP Hinshaw, T Heller, JP McHale
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 60 (2), 274, 1992
2221992
Understanding triadic and family group interactions during infancy and toddlerhood
JP McHale, E Fivaz-Depeursinge
Clinical Child and Family Psychology Review 2, 107-127, 1999
2091999
Individual parental adjustment moderates the relationship between marital and coparenting quality
JA Talbot, JP McHale
Journal of Adult Development 11, 191-205, 2004
2042004
Retrospect and prospect in the psychological study of coparenting and family group process
J McHale, A Lauretti, J Talbot, C Pouquette
Retrospect and prospect in the psychological study of families, 127-165, 2002
1942002
Understanding how family-level dynamics affect children's development: Studies of two-parent families.
JP McHale, PA Cowan
Jossey-Bass, 1996
1761996
New evidence for the social embeddedness of infants' early triangular capacities
J McHale, E FIVAZ‐DEPEURSINGE, S Dickstein, J Robertson, M Daley
Family process 47 (4), 445-463, 2008
1742008
Is seeing believing?: Expectant parents’ outlooks on coparenting and later coparenting solidarity
JP McHale, T Rotman
Infant Behavior and Development 30 (1), 63-81, 2007
1652007
New directions in the study of family‐level dynamics during infancy and early childhood
JP McHale, R Kuersten, A Lauretti
New Directions for Child and Adolescent Development 1996 (74), 5-26, 1996
1641996
Evaluating coparenting and family-level dynamics during infancy and early childhood: The Coparenting and Family Rating System
JP McHale, R Kuersten-Hogan, A Lauretti
Family observational coding systems: Resources for systemic research, 151-170, 2001
1602001
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