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TABLE OF CONTENTS Series Editor Foreword Foreword Introduction Acknowledgements Part I: Basic Considerations and Models 1. Assessment of Couples and Families: Basic Considerations Len Sperry, M.D., Ph.D. 2. Assessment Models with Couples and Families James Bray, Ph.D. Part II: General Strategies 3. Qualitative Strategies in Couple and Family Assessment Maureen Duffy, Ph.D. and Ronald Chenail, Ph.D. 4. Standardized Psychological Inventories with Families and Couples Rodney Nurse, Ph.D. and Len Sperry, M.D., Ph.D. 5. Observational Assessment of Couples and Families Robert Hampson, Ph.D.. and Robert Beavers, M.D. 6. Clinical Outcomes Assessment of Couples Len Sperry, M.D., Ph.D. Part III: Specific Applications 7. Couples Assessment Strategies and Inventories Dennis Bagarozzi, Ph.D. and Len Sperry 8. Child and Family Assessment Strategies and Inventories Lynelle Yingling, Ph.D. 9. Child Custody and Divorce Assessment Strategies and Inventories Sylvia Fernandez, Ph.D. and Sloane Veshinski, M.S. 10. Family Violence Assessment Strategies and Inventories William Friedrich, Ph.D., Erna Olafson, Ph.D. and Lisa Connelly. M.A. Part IV: Postscript and Future Prospects 11. Couple and Family Assessment: Postscript and Future Prospects Luciano L'Abate, Ph.D.
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Family assessment, Marital psychotherapy, Family psychotherapy, Couples Psychology, Couples Therapy methods, Family Relations, Family Therapy methods, Models, Psychological, Spouses psychology