A generalizability theory analysis of group process ratings in the treatment of cocaine dependence.

@article{CritsChristoph2011AGT,
  title={A generalizability theory analysis of group process ratings in the treatment of cocaine dependence.},
  author={Paul Crits-Christoph and Jeffrey R. Johnson and Robert Gallop and Mary Beth Connolly Gibbons and Sarah Ring-Kurtz and Jessica L. Hamilton and Xin Tu},
  journal={Psychotherapy research : journal of the Society for Psychotherapy Research},
  year={2011},
  volume={21 3},
  pages={252-66}
}
Videotaped group drug counseling sessions were rated for alliance, self-disclosure, positive and negative feedback, group cohesion, and degree of participation of each group member. Interrater reliability was good to excellent for most measures. However, generalizability coefficients based on statistical models that included terms for patient, counselor, session, group, and rater revealed that some measures had inadequate dependability at the patient level if only two raters and two sessions… CONTINUE READING
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