Jennifer E. McIntosh
Jennifer E. McIntosh
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TitleCited byYear
Enduring conflict in parental separation: Pathways of impact on child development
J McIntosh
Journal of Family Studies 9 (1), 63-80, 2003
1652003
Child‐focused and child‐inclusive divorce mediation: comparative outcomes from a prospective study of postseparation adjustment
JE McIntosh, YD Wells, BM Smyth, CM Long
Family Court Review 46 (1), 105-124, 2008
1372008
Cautionary notes on the shared care of children in conflicted parental separation
J McIntosh, R Chisholm
Journal of Family Studies 14 (1), 37-52, 2008
1062008
Thought in the face of violence: A child’s need
JE McIntosh
Child abuse & neglect 26 (3), 229-241, 2002
972002
Legislating for shared parenting: Exploring some underlying assumptions
JE McIntosh
Family Court Review 47 (3), 389-400, 2009
772009
Child‐inclusive divorce mediation: Report on a qualitative research study
J McIntosh
Mediation Quarterly 18 (1), 55-69, 2000
772000
Children living with domestic violence: Research foundations for early intervention
J McIntosh
Journal of Family Studies 9 (2), 219-234, 2003
712003
Family law and the neuroscience of attachment, part I
A Schore, J McIntosh
Family Court Review 49 (3), 501-512, 2011
582011
Children beyond dispute: A prospective study of outcomes from child focused and child inclusive post-separation family dispute resolution. Final report
JE McIntosh, CM Long
Attoney-General's Dept., 2006
552006
Child inclusion as a principle and as evidence-based practice: Applications to family law services and related sectors
J McIntosh
Australian Institute of Family Studies, 2007
52*2007
Child-Responsive Practices in Australian Family Law: Past Problems and Future Directions⋆
L Moloney, J McIntosh
Journal of Family Studies 10 (1), 71-86, 2004
522004
Parental separation and overnight care of young children, Part I: Consensus through theoretical and empirical integration
MK Pruett, JE McIntosh, JB Kelly
Family Court Review 52 (2), 240-255, 2014
502014
Child-focused and child-inclusive mediation: A comparative study of outcomes
J McIntosh, C Long, L Moloney
Journal of Family Studies 10 (1), 87-95, 2004
422004
Child-focused and child-inclusive family law dispute resolution: One year findings from a prospective study of outcomes
JE McIntosh, YD Wells, CM Long
Journal of Family Studies 13 (1), 8-25, 2007
402007
Evidence of a different nature: The child‐responsive and less adversarial initiatives of the Family Court of Australia
JE McIntosh, HD Bryant, K Murray
Family Court Review 46 (1), 125-136, 2008
382008
Shared care and children's best interests in conflicted separation: a cautionary tale from current research
R Chisholm, J McIntosh
Australian Family Lawyer 20 (1), 3, 2007
382007
Parental separation and overnight care of young children, part II: Putting theory into practice
JE McIntosh, MK Pruett, JB Kelly
Family Court Review 52 (2), 256-262, 2014
362014
Post-separation parenting arrangements and Development Outcomes for Infants & Children
J McIntosh, B Smyth, Y Wells, C Long
362010
Guest editor's introduction to special issue on attachment theory, separation, and divorce: Forging coherent understandings for family law
JE McIntosh
Family Court Review 49 (3), 418-425, 2011
342011
Overnight care patterns following parental separation: Associations with emotion regulation in infants and young children
JE McIntosh, BM Smyth, M Kelaher
Journal of Family Studies 19 (3), 224-239, 2013
312013
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