Family Assessment: A Guide to Methods and Measures

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Guilford Press, 1989 - Psychology - 500 pages
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Focusing primarily on instruments that concern whole family functioning, this authoritative manual methodically covers measures involving the coding of family interaction, the global rating of family processes, and self-reports of family functioning. Offering the continuity of an authored, rather than an edited text, it presents detailed descriptions as well as critical evaluations of selected measures.
 

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Contents

Introduction to Observational Methods in Family Assessment
13
Rating Scales of Family Functioning
42
Introduction to SelfReport Measures in Family Assessment
61
SelfReport Measures of WholeFamily Functioning with
66
SelfReport Measures of Family Stress and Coping with Rhonda
93
SelfReport Measures of ParentChild Relationships with Paul
111
References
150
Part Two Abstracts of Family Assessment Measures
173
PC1 AdultAdolescent Parenting Inventory AAPI
399
PC2 Child Abuse Potential CAP Inventory
403
PC3 Child Behavior Toward Parent Inventory CBTPI
407
PC4 ChildRearing Practices Report CRPR
410
PC5 Childs Attitude Toward Mother CAMChilds Attitude Toward Father CAF
414
PC6 Childs Report of Parental Behavior Inventory CRPBI
417
PC7 Childs Report of Parental Behavior Inventory CRPBIRevised
421
PC8 Cornell Parent Behavior Inventory CPBI
425

Rl BeaversTimberlawn Fanrly Evaluation Scale BTFES
247
R2 CentripetalCentrifugal Family Style Scale CPCF
253
R3 Clinical Rating Scale for the Circumplex Model of Marital
258
R5 Family Interaction QSort FIQ
265
R7 Global Family Interaction Scales FISII
274
ABSTRACTS OF SELFREPORT
283
W2 Colorado SelfReport Measure of Family Functioning
289
W4 Family Adaptability and Cohesion Evaluation Scales III
299
W6 Family Assessment Measure FAMIII
308
W8 Family Evaluation Form FEF
318
W10 Family Process Scales FPS Form E
325
Wl2 Index of Family Relations IFR
332
Wl4 McMaster Family Assessment Device FAD Version 3
340
W16 SelfReport Family Inventory SFI
351
ABSTRACTS OF SELFREPORT
361
FC2 Family Function Questionnaire FFQ
367
FC4 Family Inventory of Life Events and Changes FILE
375
FC6 Family Routines Inventory
382
FC8 Feetham Family Functioning Survey FFFS
389
FC9 Procidano Perceived Social Support QuestionnaireFamily PSSFa
394
PARENTCHILD RELATIONSHIPS
397
PC9 FamilyPeer Relationship Questionnaire FPRQ
429
PC10 Home Environment Questionnaire HEQ1R and HEQ2R
433
PC11 Index of Parental Attitudes IPA
437
PC12 Inventory of Parent and Peer Attachment IPPA
440
PC13 Maryland Parent Attitude Survey MPAS
444
PC14 Parent Attitude Research Instrument PARI Q4
448
PC15 Parent Perception Inventory PPI
452
PC16 Parent as a Teacher Inventory PAAT
456
PC17 Parental AcceptanceRejection QuestionnaireAdult Form
460
PC18 Parental AcceptanceRejection QuestionnaireChild Form
465
PC19 Parental AcceptanceRejection QuestionnaireMother Form
470
PC20 Parenting Stress Index PSI
474
PC21 Perceived Parenting Questionnaire PPQ
478
PC22 Perceptions of Parent Role Scales PPRS
482
PC23 PleasureArousal and DominanceInducing Scales of Parental Attitudes PADSPA
486
INDEXES TO ABSTRACTS
489
Index of Measures by Type
490
Index of Measure Titles
492
Index of Authors
493
Index of Variables
495
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Harold D. Grotevant ,290 McNeal Hall ,Dept. of Social Sciences, University of MN at St. Paul.

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