Assessment of cognitive self-statements during marital problem solving: A comparison of two methods

@article{Halford1988AssessmentOC,
  title={Assessment of cognitive self-statements during marital problem solving: A comparison of two methods},
  author={W Kim Halford and Margaret A. Sanders},
  journal={Cognitive Therapy and Research},
  year={1988},
  volume={12},
  pages={515-530}
}
Twenty maritally distressed couples (DC) and 20 nondistressed couples (NDC) were recruited and asked to undertake 10 minutes of problem-solving discussions, which were videotaped. Each individual partner's cognitive self-statements during the interaction were assessed using two methods: videoassisted recall (VR) and thought listing (TL). Reported cognitions from each method were content-analyzed and classified into five categories: partnerreferent positive, partner-referent negative, self… CONTINUE READING

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