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Handbook of Family Measurement Techniques

Handbook of Family Measurement Techniques
Volumes 1 - 3

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© 2001 | 1 270 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
This three-volume handbook represents a significant and indispensable reference tool for those studying the family. Vol. 1 contains full abstracts of 504 instruments plus abbreviated descriptions of another 472. Basic scale construction issues can be examined through the combined use of Vol. 2 & 3. An excellent reference tool that will fulfil researchers and clinicians need for quality instrumentation.
Walter R Schumm
Evolution of the Family Field
Measurement Principals and Techniques  
Thomas N Bradbury and Frank D Fincham
Dimensions of Marital and Family Interaction
Walter R Schumm
Intimacy and Family Values
George W Holden
Constance L Shehan and Gary R Lee
Roles and Power
Cheryl Buehler
Cindy Carlson
Family Measurement Overview
Barry F Perlmutter and Greg Czar
Developing, Interpreting and Using Family Assessment Techniques
Mark A Fine
Measuring Family Relations
David R Johnson
Measuring Marital Relations
Theodore Dix and Elizabeth T Gershoff
Measuring Parent-Child Relations
Lawrence H Ganong
Measuring Family Adjustment, Health and Well Being
Pamela C Miller et al
Measuring Family Problems
Family Relations Instruments
Marital Relations Instruments
Parent-Child Relations Instruments
Family Adjustment, Health, and Well-Being Instruments
Family Problems Instruments

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Barry F. Perlmutter

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George W. Holden

GEORGE W. HOLDEN, Ph.D. is Professor of Psychology at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, TX. He received his B.A. from Yale University and his M.A. and Ph.D. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. After earning his degree in developmental psychology with a minor in social psychology, he was a member of the psychology faculty at the University of Texas for 23 years. While at U.T., he was head of the developmental area from 1990 to 1996 and the Director of the Institute of Human Development and Family Studies from 1995 to 1997. For five years (1999 to 2004) he served as Associate Chair of the Psychology Department. He is... More About Author

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ISBN: 9780803972506