These companion volumes provide a qbehind the scenesq look into the personal experiences of researchers in an effort to eliminate the lack of communication surrounding family research methodology. They show how the researchers achieved their results and why they chose particular methodologies over others. These volumes present more than just findings -- they present the real experiences of the authors in their own styles and personalities, exposing the problems, mistakes, and concerns they experienced during their research projects. Volume I presents the experiences of researchers into typical normative populations. Volume II describes work with clinical, atypical populations.However, as is evident from the preceding section, substantial fine tuning is still needed. This includes fine tuning of the ... T. M., aamp; Edelbrock. C. S. t1983). Manual for the Child Behavior Checklist and Revised Child Behavior Profile. Burlington.
|Title||:||Methods of Family Research: Clinical populations|
|Author||:||Irving E. Sigel, Gene H. Brody|
|Publisher||:||Psychology Press - 1990-01|