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      As práticas em avaliação psicológica envolvendo disputa de guarda no Brasil Translated title: Practices in child custody evaluations in Brazil

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          O presente estudo investigou as práticas de psicólogos de diferentes regiões brasileiras com experiência em avaliação envolvendo disputa de guarda. Participaram do estudo 51 psicólogos, que responderam um questionário disponível online, composto por questões sobre dados pessoais e profissionais, avaliação psicológica e uso de testes. Foram realizadas análises descritivas das características sócio-demográficas e de formação dos participantes e das demais questões contempladas no instrumento, além de comparações entre as regiões brasileiras. Os resultados indicaram que as entrevistas são os procedimentos mais utilizados em avaliações desse tipo, além de visitas à escola e às residências dos pais. Dentre os testes utilizados, destacaram-se o HTP, Rorschach, TAT e Desenho da Figura Humana. Foi proposta ainda uma discussão acerca da construção de uma escala para avaliar os vínculos parentais. O estudo apresentou um panorama sobre as avaliações em casos de disputa de guarda no Brasil, fornecendo orientações importantes para os profissionais que atuam nessa área da Psicologia Jurídica.

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          The current study investigated the practices of child custody experienced psychologists from different regions of Brazil. Fifty-one psychologists took part in the study, and answered an online questionnaire, consisting of questions about personal and professional data, child custody evaluation and the use of tests. Descriptive analyses of the sociodemographic and educational characteristics of the participants as well as of the questions of the instrument were carried out. Comparisons among the Brazilian regions were also made. Results indicated that interviews are the most frequently used procedures in this type of evaluation, besides visits to parents' homes and school. Among the most employed tests were the HTP, Rorschach, TAT and the Human Figure Drawing. A discussion about the construction of a scale to measure parental bonds was also presented. The study showed an overview about child custody evaluations in Brazil, providing important guidelines for the psychologists who work in the field of the Forensic Psychology.

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                Contributors
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                Journal
                avp
                Avaliação Psicológica
                Aval. psicol.
                Instituto Brasileiro de Avaliação Psicológica (Itatiba )
                2175-3431
                August 2008
                : 7
                : 2
                : 223-234
                Affiliations
                [1 ] Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul
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                S1677-04712008000200013
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                PSYCHOLOGY, APPLIED

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