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Abstract This study illustrates the use of a relatively new form of social work research called “practitioner-research,” in which practitioners evaluate their interaction with clients by using systematic research techniques. As the author points out, this form of research may therefore have...
Abstract To enhance their practice skills and their readiness to participate in more sophisticated studies, social workers may use communication theory in AB-design single-subject research. Communication theory allows practitioners to measure, and thus to target for change, clients' behavior...
Abstract Researchers and practitioners have begun to consider the applications of single-subject experimentation in settings involving direct service. As a complex, ongoing process oriented toward improving clients' well-being, direct service has its own requisites distinct from those of...
Abstract This study is based an the responses of 234 girls committed to the Illinois Youth Center at Geneva between March 1972 and September 1974. A Q-factor analysis was performed on their responses to the Quay Personal Opinion Study, and thirteen factor types emerged. These thirteen factor...
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