Interpersonal Problems and the Psychotherapy Context : The Construct Validity of the Inventory of Interpersonal Problems

@inproceedings{Gurtman2004InterpersonalPA,
  title={Interpersonal Problems and the Psychotherapy Context : The Construct Validity of the Inventory of Interpersonal Problems},
  author={Michael B. Gurtman},
  year={2004}
}
This research investigated the construct validity of Ihe Inventory of Interpersonal Problems (IIP; L. M. Horowitz, S. E. Rosenberg, B. A. Baer, G. Ureno, & V. S. Villasenor, 1988) in the context of psychodynamic psychotherapy. The interpersonal circumplex was used to categorize patients reporting interpersonal distress into 1 of 4 problem quadrants: Friendly Dominant, Hostile Dominant, Hostile Submissive, and Friendly Submissive. At several points in treatment, therapists assessed their… CONTINUE READING
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