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Clinicians who assess families in custody and access disputes rarely report attempting to follow up cases to evaluate the impact of the process on parents' and children's lives. In the present study, 35 parents responded to a questionnaire a minimum of 1 year after the assessment was completed....
This article provides an overview of the scientific literature concerning premenstrual syndrome (PMS). Biomedical theories and methodological problems for research, diagnosis, and treatment of PMS are outlined. Diagnostic methods and evidence of treatment effectiveness are discussed. Lack of...
As a preliminary step toward developing professional guidance and support for computer users in psychology, a survey was conducted to evaluate the current status of computer applications in clinical practice and research. A total of 1,150 questionnaires were distributed to determine the kinds of...
Certain premises regarding the benefits and risks of parental access to children in permanent placements are examined in the light of empirical findings. These premises include the purported superiority of adoption over other forms of substitute care, the necessity of terminating contact with...
An ethical issue becomes a dilemma when the psychologist is pulled in different directions by competing values. This paper will focus on the conflict between experimental and ethical values inherent in field research. The problem has special significance in community psychology, which gives...
The keeping of client files is often seen as a tedious necessity. For this reason, psychologists sometimes procrastinate until they have "more time." Files are kept for the benefit of the client, the psychologist, and the profession. This paper looks at the legal and ethical problems associated...
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