Partnerships in Research, Clinical, and Educational Settings

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Roger Bibace, James J. Dillon, Barbara Noel Dowds
Greenwood Publishing Group, 1999 - Psychology - 317 pages
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Bibace, Dillon, and Dowes articulate diverse aspects of partnerships, comparing them to traditional realtionships between professionals and patients, students, and research participants. Neither the editors nor the various contributors subscribe to one interpretation of Partnerships. Instead they subscribe to the assumption that there are multiple interpretations. These differences are based on many factors such as a professional's primary identity as clinician, teacher, or researcher. The possibilities presented will aid readers in enacting partnership relationships in their own settings.

 

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Contents

Partnership in the Social World Opportunities for Science and Practice
xxi
The Partnership Approach in Research Settings
1
An Introduction to Partnership in Research Changing the ResearcherParticipant Relationship
3
Psychologys Subjects Moving Toward the Partnership Model
15
Toward a Coexistence Concept of Causal Reasoning About Illness in Children and Adults
27
Toward a Partnership with Research Participants
37
Focus Groups as a Means for Eliciting the Expertise of Research Participants
49
What Children Want to Know About Medicine
63
Partnerships in the Elementary School Classroom
147
Moving Classrooms Beyond Transmission Models of Teaching and Learning A TeacherResearcher Collaborative Model
161
The Partnership Approach in Clinical Settings
177
Striving for DoctorPatient Partnerships in Obstetrics and Gynecology
179
Pediatric Asthma Assessing and Changing Behavior
199
Some Psychological Processes Involved in Managing Pediatric Asthma
209
Faculty Physician Groups
235
Physician Partnerships With Patients Through Temporal and Interpersonal Sequences
241

Educational Research Triads Accomplishment With Efficiency
73
A Cycle of Activities That Approximates a Partnership Ideal Between Researcher and Research Participant
77
The Partnership Approach in Educational Settings
89
Contrasting Transmission and Partnership Models of Teaching and Learning
91
Psychology and Ethics The Distancing Strategy as Ethical Commitment
105
Interpreting Everyday Behavior Using the Learning to Learn Cycle as a Means to Pursue Individual Intellectual Ends
121
Students as Partners
135
Partnerships in Interprofessional Collaboration
255
UniversityCommunitySchool Partnership
257
A Partnership Ideal
273
A Partnership Ideal
275
Author Index
307
Subject Index
313
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ROGER BIBACE is Professor of psychology at Clark University, Massachusetts.

JAMES DILLON is Assistant Professor of Psychology at the State University of West Georgia, Georgia. His educational background is in psychoanalysis, cognitve development, phenomenological psychology, linguistics, aesthetics, and axiology.

BARBARA NOEL DOWDS is Associate Professor of psychology at Regis College, Massachusetts.

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