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Christensen, Andrew; Atkins, David C.; Baucom, Brian; Yi, Jean – Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 2010
Objective: To follow distressed married couples for 5 years after their participation in a randomized clinical trial. Method: A total of 134 chronically and seriously distressed married couples were randomly assigned to approximately 8 months of either traditional behavioral couple therapy (TBCT; Jacobson & Margolin, 1979) or integrative…
Descriptors: Marital Status, Marital Satisfaction, Effect Size, Therapy
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Snyder, Douglas K.; And Others – Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 1991
Disputes Jacobson's characterizations (1991) of behavioral marital therapy (BMT) and insight-oriented marital therapy (IOMT) delivered in Snyder, Wills, and Grady-Fletcher's (1991) comparative treatment study. Presents data showing that treatments were as effective or more so than previously published marital therapy outcome studies. Suggests that…
Descriptors: Behavior Modification, Conflict Resolution, Counseling Effectiveness, Marital Satisfaction
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Snyder, Douglas K.; And Others – Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 1991
Obtained 4-year follow-up data regarding marital status and marital accord for 59 couples receiving either behavioral (BMT) or insight-oriented (IOMT) marital therapy in a controlled outcome study. Found no significant group differences between the two treatment conditions at termination or six-month followup; but by four-year followup, a…
Descriptors: Behavior Modification, Counseling Effectiveness, Divorce, Followup Studies