PERCEPTIONS OF MARRIAGE AND RATIONALITY BY LEVELS OF PERCEIVED HEALTH IN THE FAMILY OF ORIGIN

@inproceedings{Fine1984PERCEPTIONSOM,
  title={PERCEPTIONS OF MARRIAGE AND RATIONALITY BY LEVELS OF PERCEIVED HEALTH IN THE FAMILY OF ORIGIN},
  author={Marshall Fine and Alan J. Hovestadt},
  year={1984}
}
The family therapy field has witnessed a beneficial dedication to the study of the transmission of pathology (Mueller & Pope, 1977). Of late however, there is a concern that pathology has been overly stressed (Stachowiak, 1975). It is perhaps with this overemphasis in mind, and that the absence of pathology does not necessarily equal health (Kleiman, 1981), that researchers have recently pursued the study of family health (Olson, Russell & Sprenkle, 1983; Walsh, 1982). The concept of… CONTINUE READING

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