Date of Award
Master of Psychology
Faculty of Community Services, Education and Social Sciences
Mr. Greg Dear
This thesis is compiled in two parts. Each part is an independent piece of work intended for separate publication. Consequently each part has separate page numbering. The list part is a literature review with relevant appendices attached. The second part is a research report incorporating the collection and analysis of data. This research report also has its own appendices. A general appendices section at the end of the thesis supplies documentation not included in either the literature review or the study. The literature review is to be submitted to the Clinical Psychology Review and the research report to the Journal of Family Psychology. Each of these Journals require American Psychological Association (APA) formatting and American spelling which have therefore been adopted throughout both pieces of work. For further information concerning the required formatting for submissions to the Clinical Psychology Review, please refer to "Instructions to Authors" in appendix G of the general appendices at the end of the thesis. For further information concerning the required formatting for submissions to the Journal of Family Psychology, please refer to "Instructions to Authors" in appendix H of the general appendices at the end of the thesis.
O'Brien, P. (2000). Gender differences in coping responses for partners of problem drinkers. Retrieved from http://ro.ecu.edu.au/theses/1360