Update #204 ·

Update on April 22, 2012

Poliacoff, J. H., Greene, C. L., & Smith, L. (1999). Parental Alienation Syndrome: Frye v. Gardner in the family courts. Family Law Commentator (Florida Bar), 25(4), 19-20, 30-33.
http://www.gate.net/%7Eliz/liz/poliacoff.htm
This article explores the shortcomings of PAS under Frye and Daubert and reviews relevant case law pertaining to the admissibility of PAS in court. Ethical dilemmas that mental health professionals face when serving as experts in these cases are explored and alternative areas for inquiry into the source of impaired parent child relationships occurring in the context of child custody litigation are offered.
http://www.leadershipcouncil.org/1/pas/leg.html#other_decisions
http://timetoprotectchildvictims.blogspot.com/2012/03/poliacoff-j-h-greene-c-l-smith-l-1999.html

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