The Three Faces of Evaluation What can be Expected to Work

@inproceedings{Quay1977TheTF,
  title={The Three Faces of Evaluation What can be Expected to Work},
  author={Herbert C. Quay},
  year={1977}
}
Evaluations of intervention programs have concentrated on the adequacy of research design and the specification of outcome, while tending to ignore the integrity of the programs being evaluated. This third face of evaluation, assessing program integrity, involves information as to the adequacy of the conceptualization of the treatment, the duration and intensity of the program, the quality and quantity of personnel, and the match of treatment, treater and treated. The study by Kassebaum, Ward… CONTINUE READING

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