The Family's Construction of Reality
Reiss presents o new model of family interaction grounded in the subtle and complex way in which a family constructs its inner life and deals with the outside world. Based upon fifteen years of research, the book offers a new understanding of the covert processes that hold a family together and, with distressing frequency, pull it apart.
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analysis ANOVA aspects assumptions behavior card sorting central ceremonials Chapter child closure coherence concept consensus-sensitive families coordination correlations crisis construct cycle hypothesis Degradation ceremonials develop dimensions disorganization distal stimulus distance-sensitive dividual effect environment-sensitive example experience explanatory system factor factor analysis families of schizophrenics family group family members family paradigm family problem solving family process family-environment family's father feel findings function fundamental Gestalt psychology groups of families individual initial interac interaction laboratory measure ment mother nuclear family observations organization organizational objective parents particular patients pattern regulators perceived perception perceptual world perience phase placebo predictions procedure psychiatric hospital psychotherapy Q-sort reflect relationships reorganization ritual role sample secobarbital sense sensitive sequence shape shared connection shared construct significant social environment social world sociometry sociotherapy Somatotherapy specific staff stress synchrony Table task tion trial underlying variables ward