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State / Country missing Chapter 8 ASSESSING RELATIONSHIP QUALITY : DEVELOPMENT OF AN INTERVIEW AND IMPLICATIONS FOR COUPLE ASSESSMENT AND INTERVENTION

@inproceedings{Lawrence2012StateC,
  title={State / Country missing Chapter 8 ASSESSING RELATIONSHIP QUALITY : DEVELOPMENT OF AN INTERVIEW AND IMPLICATIONS FOR COUPLE ASSESSMENT AND INTERVENTION},
  author={Erika Lawrence and Rebecca L. Brock and Robin A. Barry and Amie Langer},
  year={2012}
}
Historically, relationship satisfaction and adjustment have been the target outcome variables for almost all couple research and therapies. In contrast, far less attention has been paid to the assessment of relationship quality. In the first section of our paper, we review the long-standing debate regarding -and clarify the distinctions among -relationship adjustment, satisfaction, and quality. We also discuss the need for an empirically-supported, psychometrically strong measure of… 

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