Published in 1987, Handbook of Measurements For Marriage And Family Therapy is a valuable contribution to the field of Family Therapy. The purpose of this handbook is to provide a single convenient source to which practitioners, researchers, and trainees can turn in order to learn how to use marriage and family instruments and to find descriptions of instruments suited to their needs.
Table of Contents
Acknowledgments, Preface, CHAPTER 1. INTRODUCTION TO MARRIAGE AND FAMILY TESTING, CHAPTER 2. CLINICALLY POPULAR TESTS, CHAPTER 3. OBSERVATIONAL MEASUREMENTS, CHAPTER 4. GENERAL MARITAL SATISFACTION AND ADJUSTMENT SCALES, CHAPTER 5. MARITAL COMMUNICATION AND INTIMACY SCALES, CHAPTER 6. SPECIAL FAMILY ASSESSMENT SCALES, CHAPTER 7. MINNESOTA FAMILY INVENTORIES, CHAPTER 8. EPILOGUE
Robert Sherman, Ed.D. (Author) , Norman Fredman, Ph.D. (Author)