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Quality control in qualitative research
Abstract Qualitative investigations of human experience typically report linguistic rather than exclusively numeric results, use empathy with participants as an observation strategy, interpretExpand
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Measurement of the impact of psychotherapy sessions.
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  • Journal of consulting and clinical psychology
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Assimilation of problematic experiences.
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Communication patterns of primary care physicians.
OBJECTIVES To use audiotape analysis to describe communication patterns in primary care, to relate these to ideal relationship types as described in the literature, and to explore the patterns'Expand
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Patterns of alliance development and the rupture-repair hypothesis: Are productive relationships U-shaped or V-shaped?
The authors attempted to replicate and extend D. M. Kivlighan and P. Shaughnessy's (2000) findings of (a) 3 distinctive patterns of alliance development across sessions and (b) a differentialExpand
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Distribution of CORE–OM scores in a general population, clinical cut-off points and comparison with the CIS–R
Background Although measures of psychopathology are designed for use in clinical populations, their meaning derives from comparison with normal populations. Aims To compare the distribution of scoresExpand
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Early sudden gains in psychotherapy under routine clinic conditions: practice-based evidence.
Sudden gains--large, enduring reductions in symptom intensity from one session to the next--were identified by T. Z. Tang and R. J. DeRubeis (1999b) on the basis of data from 2 manualized clinicalExpand
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DAVID A. SHAPIRO AND GILLIAN HARDYMRC/ESRC Social and Applied Psychology UnitUniversity of SheffieldIn successful psychotherapy,problematic experiences (threatening orpainful thoughts, feelings,Expand
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Sudden gains in cognitive therapy for depression: a replication and extension.
Of 76 clients receiving 8-20 sessions of cognitive therapy (CT) in a joint university and a national health service clinic, 31 experienced sudden gains that appeared very similar to those firstExpand
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Describing talk : a taxonomy of verbal response modes
Development of the Taxonomy Overview of the Taxonomy Comparison with Other Approaches Guide to the VRM Literature and Illustrative Results Conceptualization and Principles of Classification VerbalExpand
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