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Doctoral student publishes on attachment in children of incarcerated parents

ICD doctoral student Rebecca Shlafer is first author on a paper examining children's close relationships in the context of a mentoring program targeting children with incarcerated parents. She and her co-author examined children's relationships with caregivers and mentors, and their behavioral outcomes in the context of the program.

Shlafer, R. & Poehlmann, J. Children of incarcerated parents: Attachment relationships and behavioral outcomes. Special issue on children with incarcerated parents in. In press, Attachment and Human Development.

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