Introduction to the Special Section on Self-Monitoring : A Major Assessment Method in Clinical Psychology

@inproceedings{Cone2004IntroductionTT,
  title={Introduction to the Special Section on Self-Monitoring : A Major Assessment Method in Clinical Psychology},
  author={John D. Cone},
  year={2004}
}
One of the most frequently used assessment methods, self-monitoring (SM), is reviewed in this Special Section. Despite its popularity with applied psychologists, relatively little research on its methodological adequacy or clinical utility has occurred in the past 20 years. The 8 articles invited for this Special Section are designed to renew interest in studying SM. In this regard, their authors have focused on SM as an assessment method, devoting relatively little attention to its use as a… CONTINUE READING