Stepfamily assessment and intervention
Date of Award
Doctor of Psychology
School of Psychology
Faculty of Computing, Health and Science
This thesis presents a summary of the structural characteristics, contextual influences, cognitive processes, behavioural practices; and developmental factors shown by previous research to be associated with adjustment within stepfamily relationship systems. This thesis also presents research that firstly, examines a method of assessing stepfamily adjustment and secondly, evaluates the effectiveness of a program designed to improve stepfamily adjustment for couples.
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Ford, L. (2007). Stepfamily assessment and intervention. Retrieved from http://ro.ecu.edu.au/theses/302
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