A Systems View Of Family Interaction And Psychopathology
Published 1987 · Psychology
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In this book, we have taken on a challenging task: to examine key links between family organizational and behavioral variables and the major types of psychopathology. Whenever one approaches a subject of such inherent complexity, it is critically important that it be done within the perspective of a clearly articulated theoretical orientation. Otherwise, it is all too easy to become lost in a flood of subjectively powerful data, a victim of empirical speculations.
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