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An Improved Diagnostic Evaluation Instrument for Substance Abuse Patients: The Addiction Severity Index
The Addiction Severity Index (ASI) is a structured clinical interview developed to fill the need for a reliable, valid, and standardized diagnostic and evaluative instrument in the field of alcoholExpand
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New Data from the Addiction Severity Index Reliability and Validity in Three Centers
The Addiction Severity Index (ASI) is a clinical/research instrument which has been in wide use during the past 6 years to assess the treatment problems found in alcohol- and drug-abusing patients.Expand
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Principles Of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy: A Manual For Supportive-expressive Treatment
In this splendid book a master psychotherapist, one of the field's most respected researchers, provides the first definitive account of psychoanalytic psychotherapy in manual format. What distinguishe
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The role of the therapeutic alliance in psychotherapy.
The article traces the development of the concept of the therapeutic working alliance from its psychodynamic origins to current pantheoretical formulations. Research on the alliance is reviewed underExpand
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The Relationship of Depression and Stressors to Immunological Assays: A Meta-Analytic Review
This is a broad meta-analysis of the relations of both depression and stressors to immunological assays. The number of study samples (greater than 180) and measures (greater than 40) is much moreExpand
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The Revised Helping Alliance Questionnaire (HAq-II) : Psychometric Properties.
The concept of the therapeutic alliance and its operationalization have received much attention in recent years. One of the early self-report measures of the therapeutic alliance was the HelpingExpand
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The Dodo Bird Verdict Is Alive and Well—Mostly
We examined 17 meta-analyses of comparisons of active treatments with each other, in contrast to the more usual comparisons of active treatments with controls. These meta-analyses yielded a meanExpand
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The Penn Helping Alliance Scales.
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The Researcher's Own Therapy Allegiances: A "Wild Card" in Comparisons of Treatment Efficacy
This report examines a possible distortion in the results of comparative treatment studies due to the association of the researcher's treatment allegiances with outcomes of those treatments. In eightExpand
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