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PART ONE: THEORY I. Self and Other II. Interaction and Interexperience in Dyads III. The Spiral of Reciprocal Perspectives PART TWO: METHOD IV. Historical Review V. The Interpersonal Perception Method (IPM) The issues (49). The two perspectives and their two direc- tions (53). The four relationships as seen from each perspective (54). Metaperspectives and meta-metaperspec- tives (55). The basic schema of the IPM (57). Patterns of conjunction and disjunction (59). Different possible spirals in dyadic interaction (62). VI. Disturbed and Nondisturbed Marriages Comparison of disturbed and nondisturbed marriages (73). Retest reliability and internal consistency of the data (87). VII. The Study of a Dyad The pattern of interaction as a whole (95). The inter- action within the separate categories of issues (101). Spirals in which there is complete conjunction (111). Spirals in which there is complete or nearly complete disjunction (113). Spiral No. 26 (115). Discussion (117). Therapists' evaluation of the results of brief marital therapy (120). Retest results after short-term therapy (122). An interpre- tation of clinical data (127). VIII. Developments PART THREE: THE IPM QUESTIONS Index IPM Chart: The Joneses