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The relationship inventory now: Issues and advances in theory, method and use

Barrett-Lennard, G.T. (1986) The relationship inventory now: Issues and advances in theory, method and use. In: Greenberg, L.S. and Pinsof, W.M., (eds.) The psychotherapeutic process: A research handbook. Guilford Press, pp. 439-476.

Abstract

the Relationship Inventory [RI] is a questionnaire research instrument / it also represents an approach to the study of interpersonal relationships generally, and of therapeutic or helping relationships in particular a current view of the theoretical structure of the RI interaction phases in the client-therapist dyad, corresponding to the principal RI forms gathering, scoring, and analysing RI data: practice and rationale / administering the inventory / the issue of timing in gathering RI data / scoring / norms for the RI / reliability and validity new and underused applications of the RI / life relationship environment: helping relationship baseline / family relationships and change / classroom and child-adult relationships / predicting the other's view: metaperception applications

Item Type: Book Chapter
Publisher: Guilford Press
Other Information: Guilford clinical psychology and psychotherapy series
URI: http://researchrepository.murdoch.edu.au/id/eprint/53944
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