Table of contents for Handbook of research methods in abnormal and clinical psychology / [edited by] Dean McKay.

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Contents
Preface
List of Contributors
SECTION I: INTRODUCTION/OVERVIEW
Chapter 1: Introduction
Dean McKay
Chapter 2: The Ethics of Informed Consent for Research in Clinical and Abnormal Psychology
Celia Fisher and Adam Fried
Chapter 3: Internal and External Validity in Clinical Research
Steven Taylor and Gordon J. G. Asmundson
Chapter 4: Statistical Conclusion and Construct Validity in Experimental and Quasi-Experimental Designs
Melanie W. Moretz and Dean McKay
SECTION II: FOUNDATIONS OF DESIGN AND ANALYSIS
Chapter 5: Experimental Psychopathology
Bunmi O. Olatunji , Ellen W. Leen-Feldner,Matthew T. Feldner, and John P.Forsyth
Chapter 6: Analog Research
Matthew T. Tull, Marina A. Bornovalova, Rhiannon Patterson, Derek R. Hopko & C. W. Lejuez
Chapter 7: Correlation Methods/Regression Models
Leona S. Aiken, Steven G.West, and Aaron B. Taylor
SECTION III: FUNDAMENTAL ISSUES IN CLINICAL AND ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY
Chapter 8: Diagnostic Assessment in Research
Elizabeth Nosen and Sheila Woody
Chapter 9: Principles of Behavioral Assessment Methods in Clinical Research
Stephen Haynes, Catherine Pinson, Dawn Yoshioka, & Karen Kloezeman
Chapter 10: Direct Observation in Clinical Assessment
Frank Gresham, Clayton R. Cook, S. Dean Crews, & Ram¢n Barreras
Chapter 11: Psychophysiological Research Methods
Phil Fatolitis, Frank Andrasik, Jeremy Higgins
Chapter 12: Psychological Tests and Measures
Thomas Hogan
Chapter 13: Getting Started in Clinicl Research
Jon Abramowitz and Stephen P. Whiteside
Chapter 14: Transportability and Dissemination foPsychological Treatments
Michael A. Southam-Gerow, A. Aukahi Austin, and Alyssa M. Hershberger
SECTION IV: METHODOLOGICAL ADVANCES AND DATA ANALYSIS
Chapter 15: Meta-Analytic Approaches to Abnormal and Clinical Research
Dean McKay
Chapter 16: Structural Equation Modeling in Abnormal and Clinical Pyschological Research
Rick H. Hoyle
Chapter 17: Using Qualitative Methods in Clinical Research
Larry Davidson
Chapter 18: Item Response Theory and Rasch Models
Joanne Gorin and Susan Embretson
Chapter 19: Using Taxometrics in Pyschopathology Research
Anthony Richey, Jill M. Holm-Denoma, Roman Kotov , Norman B. Schmidt, and Thomas Joiner
Chapter 20: Statistical Equivalence Testing
Warren Tryon
Chapter 21: Assessment and Analysis of Clinically Significant Change
Jay C. Thomas and Paula Truax
Chapter 22: Small Samples and N-of-1 Designs
Mathew K. Nock, Bethany D. Michel, and Valerie Photos
Chapter 23: Treatment Integrity
Art Nezu and Christine Maguth Nezu
SECTION V: TOPICS IN CLINICAL AND ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY
Chapter 24: Methods of Information Processing Research
Amy Wenzel
Chapter 25: Methodological Issues in Clinical Forensic Psychology
Barry Rosenfeld and Debbie Green
Chapter 26: Clinical Research with Children and Adolescents
Brian Chu
Chapter 27: Clinical Research with Older Adults
Avani Shah, Adriana Yon, and Forrest Scogin
Chapter 28: Methods in Cross-Cultural Research Psychopathology
Sunita M. Stewart
Chapter 29: Multi-Cultural Research Methods
Fons J. R. van de Vijver and Junko Tanaka-Matsumi
Chapter 30: Research Directions in Health Psychology
Kathleen M. Schiaffino and Jessica McIlvane
Chapter 31: Behavioral Genetic Research Methods for Pyschopathology
Kerry Jang, Sonia Handa, & Roseann M. Larstone
Chapter 32: Treatment Outcome Research
Megan E. Spokas, Thomas L. Rodebaugh, and Richard G. Heimberg

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Clinical psychology -- Research -- Methodology -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Psychiatry -- Research -- Methodology -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Psychology, Clinical -- methods.
Psychopathology -- methods.
Research -- methods.