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Jacobson, Follette, and Revenstorf's (1984) proposal for assessing clinical significance provides a needed convention for psychotherapy outcome research. Several limitations that exists in this method (Jacobson & Revenstorf, 1988) are addressed in this paper and extensions are proposed. Specifically, limitations regarding the operationalization of the(More)
Developing procedures to evaluate the clinical significance of psychotherapy outcome is imperative. We see social validation as the most promising, viable methodology in this endeavor. Several concerns have been raised, however, about our proposed extensions. In this article, we illuminate and reassert the importance of generating and using multiple(More)
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