W. Brad Faircloth

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Marital conflict is related to well-being in children and adults (E. M. Cummings & P. T. Davies, 2002). Marital conflict is likely most effectively ameliorated before it becomes clinically significant. However, families without significant problems may be unwilling to participate in couples therapies or other lengthy or intensive interventions. Responding(More)
Laparoscopic transperitoneal fusion of the L5-S1 spinal interspace has become a common procedure. Retroperitoneal retraction and laparoscopic instrumentation without insufflation also allows visualization of the upper lumbar spaces, but this procedure is much more difficult to accomplish. We review and compare our results using each of these techniques for(More)
The effects of marital conflict on children are well documented. This study evaluated a prevention program for changing marital conflict for children's sake. Fifty-five couples were randomly assigned to either an immediate treatment (n = 41) or a six-month waitlisted control (n = 14) group, with assessments at pretest, posttest, and 6-month and 1-year(More)
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