Prenatal family dynamics couple and coparenting relationships during and postpregnancy

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Other Authors: Kuersten-Hogan, Regina., McHale, James P.
Online Access:Link to e-book
Item Description:Includes index.
Physical Description:1 online resource
Published: Cham : Springer, 2021.
Table of Contents:
  • Chapter 1. Introduction: Observations of Family Dynamics During the Transition to Parenthood: The Emergence of the Family Triad
  • Chapter 2. Harbingers of Prenatal Coparenting and Family Dynamics During Pregnancy
  • Chapter 3. Maternal and Paternal Representations and Interactions During Pregnancy
  • Chapter 4. Prenatal Marital Interaction: Relations with Later Parent-Child Interactions, Marital and Coparenting quality, Whole Family Dynamics, and Child Outcomes
  • Chapter 5. Interpersonal Dynamics of Young Parenthood and Development of Secure Coparenting Relationships
  • Chapter 6. Prenatal Coparenting Interactions: Two Contrasting Cases of Family Communication
  • Chapter 7. Marital and Coparenting Harmony During Pregnancy: Forecasting Postpartum Family Dynamics Observed in First-Time Parents
  • Chapter 8. Importance of Behavioral Coparenting Under High Arousal from Pregnancy to Early Childhood: Implications for Childrens Cognitive Development and Attachment Security
  • Chapter 9. From Pregnancy to Toddlerhood: Does Gender Matter for the Development of Family Relationships?
  • Chapter 10. Attachment Matching and Coparental Intuitive Interactions in Same-Sex and Opposite-Sex Couples Planning Parenthood
  • Chapter 11. From Infertility to Parenthood: The Influence of Partners Stress and Romantic Relationship on the Development of Family Dynamics
  • Chapter 12. Coparenting the First Child While Expecting the Second
  • Chapter 13. A Prenatal Intervention to Support Coparenting in Unmarried African American Family Systems
  • Chapter 14. Continuity and Discontinuity from Early Caregiving Experiences to Adult Intimate and Parent-Child Relationships: Implications for Family-Centered Prevention and Early Intervention
  • Chapter 15. Understanding Teen Parents in a Modern Context: Prenatal Hopes and Postnatal Realities
  • Chapter 16. Future Directions in Research and Practice. .