Measures for clinical practice and research : a sourcebook / Joel Fischer, Kevin Corcoran, and David W. Springer
- Volume 1. Couples, families, and children -- volume 2. Adults.
- "So far in this book we have reviewed the role of measurement to help in monitoring your client's progress and in evaluating your effectiveness using single-system research designs. Our discussion included an overview of the basic principles of reliable and valid measures, the principles related to using measures in practice, and issues regarding interpreting scores. We also discussed some of the different types of measures, including the advantages and disadvantages of rapid assessment instruments. While we clearly believe this type of measure is particularly valuable, we know that there may be times when you will want other measurement tools as well as additional rapid assessment instruments. To this end we presented information on determining what to measure within the context of practice, how to locate measures, and pertinent questions you might ask when evaluating which measure to use. Finally, we presented some guidelines for you to consider when administering instruments"--
- 9780190655792 volume 1 ; hardcover
0190655798 volume 1 ; hardcover
9780190655808 volume 2 ; hardcover
0190655801 volume 2 ; hardcover
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references.
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