Parental alienation syndrome (PAS) is a theory that may be utilized to allege that a child has been manipulated by the other parent and during child custody disputes.
Below are a list of scholarly articles on the topic of PAS.
- Parental Alienation Syndrome and Parental Alienation: Getting It Wrong in Child Custody Cases, Bruch, CS (2001).
- The Alienated Child: A Reformulation of Parental Alienation Syndrome, Kelly, JB & Johnston, JR. (2001).
- Mommy Hates Daddy, and You Should too, Lithwick, D (2001)
- Disciplining Divorcing Parents: The Social Construction of Parental Alienation Syndrome, Bessette, F. (2008)
- A Historical Perspective on Parental Alienation Syndrome and Parental Alienation, Meier, JS (2009).
- Getting Real About Abuse and Alienation: A Critique of Drozd and Olesen 's Decision Tree, Meier, JS (2009).
- Abuse and Alienation Are Each Real: A Response to a Critique by Joan Meier, Drozda, LM & Olesenb, NW (2010)
- Children's Alignment with Parents in High Conflicted Custody Cases, Lampel, A. (1996).
- Additional Articles on the topic of Parental Alienation from the website of DV Leap