Introduction to the Special Issue: Munchausen by Proxy: Abusive by Pediatric Condition Falsification, Caregiver-Fabricated Illness in a Children, or Medical Child Abuse Due to Factious Disorder Imposed on Another
Munchausen by Proxy: Clinical and Case Management Guidance
Diagnostic Aid to Identify Simulation and/or Induction: Abuse by Pediatric Condition Falsification/Caregiver-Fabricated Illness in a Child/Medical Child Abuse
Investigation of Medical Child Abuse/Factitious Disorder Imposed on Another
Munchausen by Proxy in Educational and Mental Health Settings
Munchausen by Proxy: Risk Assessment, Support, and Treatment of Spouses and Other Family Caregivers
Child Protective Services Management of Cases of Suspected Child Abuse/Neglect Due to Factitious Disorder Imposed on Another
The Influence of Electronic and Internet Advances on Munchausen by Proxy
Seeking a Bridge Between Child Sexual Abuse and Parental Alienation Experts | Madelyn Simring Milchman
Parental Alienation Syndrome/Parental Alienation Disorder (PAS/PAD): A Critique of a 'Disorder' Frequenly Used to Discount Allegations of Interpersonal Violence and Abuse in Child Custody Cases | Robert Geffner and Aileen Herlinda Sandoval
Can There Be a Bridge Between Interpersonal Vilence/Abuse and Parental Alienation Proponents: A Response to Milchman | Aileen Herlinda Sandoval and Robert Geffner
Is a Critique of Parental Alienation Syndrome/Parental Alienation Disorder (PAS/PAD) Timely? A Response to Geffner and Sandoval.
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