This study's objective was to analyze the psychometric properties of a Parental Alienation Scale (PAS) to be used by a forensic evaluator considering the behaviors of alienator
, target parent and the child victim of alienation described in the literature (Baker, 2006; Gardner, 1985; Vilalta Suarez, 2011).
Nearly a year later, Crowell asked the court to give physical custody to Carver, noting that two psychological court evaluators had found Jensen was a parental alienator
and would continue to make unfounded allegations against Carver.
But then, Kalatozov is an equal-opportunity alienator
I do not deny that parental alienation occurs and that a lot of people are hurt when there is an alienator
That Kushner requires nearly an hour to pull off that single remarkable speech that opens his ``Homebody/Kabul'' is a rare gift and a potential audience alienator
In review of the above, it would seem that the institutional church is an equal opportunity alienator
to married couples, women, priests, gays and lesbians and the divorced.
See Gardner, The Parental Alienation Syndrome, supra note 109, at 41 (explaining that "the likelihood of my obtaining cooperation from more than a small percentage of the alienators
was extremely small").
An empire 'legitimizes relationships between exploiters and exploited economically, killers and victims militarily, dominators and dominated politically and alienators
and alienated culturally.
Statements of principle can create senatorial alienators