Our understanding of the role of preventive interventions in buffering the effects of intimate partner violence (IPV) on mothers' and fathers' earliest parenting is limited. Couples (N = 167) in a community sample reported on past-year IPV prenatally and were observed interacting with their 1 year-old children; couples were randomly assigned to an 8-session prevention program designed to improve coparenting or a control condition. Links between mothers' and fathers' violence and parenting were largely significant, but only for control group couples. Coparenting did not significantly mediate associations between IPV and parenting among control group couples. This study adds to our understanding of the associations between IPV and early parenting, and has important implications for prevention
Impacts of a coparenting-focused intervention on links between pre-birth intimate partner violence and observed parenting
Kan, M., & Feinberg, M. (2015). Impacts of a coparenting-focused intervention on links between pre-birth intimate partner violence and observed parenting. Journal of Family Violence, 30(3), 363-372. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10896-015-9678-x
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