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1999
Hanson, Thomas L. Does Parental Conflict Explain Why Divorce Is Negatively Associated with Child Welfare?. Social Forces. 77, (4), 1283-1316.
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1996
Hanson, Thomas L.,  McLanahan, Sara S.,  Thomson, Elizabeth . Double jeopardy: Parental conflict and stepfamily outcomes for children. Journal of Marriage and Family. 58, (1), 141-154.
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1994
Thomson, Elizabeth,  Hanson, Thomas L.,  McLanahan, Sara S. Family structure and child well-being: Economic resources vs. parental behaviors. Social Forces. 73, (1), 221-242.
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1993
Hanson, Thomas L. Family structure, parental conflict, and child well-being. Dissertation, University of Wisconsin-Madison.
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1998
Thomson, Elizabeth,  Mosley, Jane,  Hanson, Thomas L.,  McLanahan, Sara S. Remarriage, Cohabitation, and Changes in Mothering. NSFH Working Paper No. 80. Madison, WI: Center for Demography and Ecology, University of Wisconsin-Madison.
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2001
Thomson, Elizabeth,  Mosley, Jane,  Hanson, Thomas L.,  McLanahan, Sara S. Remarriage, cohabitation, and changes in mothering behavior. Journal of Marriage and Family. 63, (2), 370-380.
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1998
Seltzer, Judith A.,  McLanahan, Sara S.,  Hanson, Thomas L. Will child support enforcement increase father-child contact and parental conflict after separation?. Fathers Under Fire: The Revolution in Child Support Enforcement. New York: Russell Sage Foundation.
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1998
Hanson, Thomas L.,  McLanahan, Sara S.,  Thomson, Elizabeth . Windows on divorce: Before and after. Social Science Research. 27, (3), 329-349.
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