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Dyadic and mediation analyses of coping with cardiovascular disease
The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship between attachment security and health outcomes of cardiac patients and their spouses. Dyadic coping and relationship quality were proposed to mediate this ...
Multicultural supervision: lessons learned about an ongoing struggle
This article examines the experiences of seven diverse therapists in a supervision course as they wrestled with the real-world application of multicultural supervision. Existing literature on multicultural supervision does ...
Review of explicit family policies in Turkey from a systemic perspective
In the last decade, Turkey has been going through rapid and extensive change in policies, laws and regulations. Most has stirred substantial public debate. Although the constitution Article 41 openly states the importance ...
Cross-cultural adult attachment research: A review of methods and measures
(Taylor & Francis, 2010-05-01)
A substantial amount of cross-cultural research has been conducted on attachment over the last four decades. In this chapter, we will review the self-report measures of adult attachment, the Adult Attachment Interview, the ...
Evidence-based couple therapy for chronic illnesses: enriching the emotional quality of relationships with emotionally focused therapy
(Taylor & Francis, 2012-01-01)
Chronic illness affects couples' relationship dynamics, as well as individual functioning. A chronic illness may present a significant amount of stress for both the patient and partner. This article discusses the application ...
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