Publisher description for Handbook of research methods in clinical psychology / edited by Philip C. Kendall, James N. Butcher.
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This indispensable book provides diverse perspectives on the role of research in clinical psychology and a comprehensive collection of theoretical and methodological models that spans the spectrum of clinical research. Revised and updated, this Second Edition contains a preeminent cast of contributors who cover all the relevant aspects of and tactics for conducting clinical research, and includes:
Expanded coverage of specific methodological issues in all aspects of clinical research.
Focus chapters on specific methods and topics.
Updated chapters on new areas of research.
Discussions of research issues relevant to special populations such as children, older adults, and families. Acclaim for the Handbook of Research Methods in Clinical Psychology.
"Kendall and Butcher have undertaken the monumental task of presenting...contemporary strategies and tactics of clinical research and have succeeded beyond any reasonable hope." --David H. Barlow on the First Edition
"The first edition of this edited volume is almost a classic...I would predict that the second edition will...receive high marks in the professional psychology community." --Lewis R. Aiken, PhD
"Kendall and Butcher have made a substantial contribution to research in clinical psychology . . . [and] a cornerstone among reference works for our science and profession in the coming years."--Contemporary Psychology on the First Edition
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Clinical psychology -- Research -- Methodology.
Psychology -- Research -- Methodology.
Psychiatry -- Research -- Methodology.