Handbook of family measurement techniques, Volume 2

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Sage, 1990 - Education - 797 pages
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Volume 1 includes abstracts of 976 family measurement instruments cited in the published literature 1929-1986. Abstracts in Volume 1 and 2 are preceded by overviews, written by authorities in family studies that organize and review the instruments in each chapter.

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Contents

Preface
7
Measurement Principles
23
Dimensions of Marital and Family Interaction
37
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