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Problem solving and behavior modification.
Problem-solving therapy : a social competence approach to clinical intervention
An introduction and guide for therapists and counselors in the mental health professions to the approach as a reliable clinical treatment, health maintenance strategy, and prevention program.… Expand
Development and preliminary evaluation of the social problem-solving inventory
The Social Problem-Solving Inventory (SPSI) is a 70-item, multidimensional, self-report measure of social problem-solving ability that is based on the prescriptive model developed previously by… Expand
Social Problem Solving: Theory and Assessment.
Problem-solving therapy : a positive approach to clinical intervention
List of Tables and Figures Preface Part I: Theoretical and Empirical Foundations * Introduction and Historical Development * Social Problem-Solving Processes * A Five-Dimensional Model of Social… Expand
Social problem-solving deficits and hopelessness, depression, and suicidal risk in college students and psychiatric inpatients.
- T. D'zurilla, E. Chang, E. Nottingham, L. Faccini
- Psychology, Medicine
- Journal of clinical psychology
- 1 December 1998
The Social Problem-Solving Inventory-Revised was used to examine the relations between problem-solving abilities and hopelessness, depression, and suicidal risk in three different samples:… Expand
Conceptual and methodological issues in social problem-solving assessment
Several promising instruments are currently available to researchers and clinicians who require a reliable and valid measure of social problem-solving abilities. However, all of these measures have… Expand
Assessing the dimensionality of optimism and pessimism using a multimeasure approach
Weighted least-squares confirmatory factor analysis and exploratory factor-analytic procedures were used to assess the dimensionality of three self-report instruments designed to measure optimism and… Expand
A Behavioral-Analytic Model for Assessing Competence1