R V Whitlock

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In a study of the use of the Multiple Affect Adjective Check List--Revised and a set of scaled questions at the end of each group therapy session, the following results were found: (1) This checklist is sufficiently reliable and valid for use in psychiatric inpatient settings. (2) For patients who attended all 10 group therapy sessions there was a(More)
To determine the readability of the Depression Adjective Check Lists (DACL; Lubin, 1981) and the Multiple Affect Adjective Check List-Revised (MAACL-R; Zuckerman & Lubin, 1985), each adjective on the two instruments was assigned its grade level readability designation from the Dale and O'Rourke (1981) compendium. Median readability level of each of the(More)
To study type and amount of training in geropsychology available to students in APA-approved doctoral programs in clinical and counseling psychology, a questionnaire was mailed to all such programs in 1984. Response rate was 71 of 132 (59%) for clinical programs and 27 of 37 (73%) for counseling programs. Very little difference was found between responses(More)
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