Concept mapping in mental health : uses and adaptations

@inproceedings{JohnsenConceptMI,
  title={Concept mapping in mental health : uses and adaptations},
  author={Anders Johnsen and David E. Biegel and Robert D. Shafran}
}
Concept mapping is a structured method for translating complex qualitative data into a pictorial form that displays the interrelationships among ideas. Over the past ten years, this methodology has been applied to numerous program planning and program evaluation issues in a variety of disciplines. The ability to adapt concept mapping methodology to meet specialized needs and to accommodate external constraints has been demonstrated during this period. This paper describes the use of concept… CONTINUE READING

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