CSU researcher’s findings suggest courts adequately handle manipulative behavior in custody cases

Outlet: Colorado Politics

Colorado Politics: Jennifer Harman, a professor of psychology, reviewed 967 appellate court decisions in which parental alienation played a role. The findings, published in Psychology, Public Policy, and Law, suggested that parents who engaged in alienation tended to receive less parenting time, while those who falsely alleged being alienated were unlikely to receive more parenting time.