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Title Treatment Integrity : a Foundation for Evidence-Based Practice in Applied Psychology / Lisa M. Hagermoser Sanetti and Thomas R. Kratochwill, editors-in-chief.
Imprint Washington, D.C. : American Psychological Association, ©2014.


 Internet  Electronic Book    AVAILABLE
Edition 1st ed.
Description 1 online resource (xv, 319 pages)
Series School psychology book series
School psychology book series.
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Available only to authorized UTEP users.
Print version record.
Subject Mental health services.
Behavior modification.
Evidence-based psychotherapy.
Psychology, Applied.
Behavior Therapy.
Contents Introduction: Treatment integrity in psychological research and practice -- Legal and ethical issues related to treatment integrity in psychology and education -- Treatment fidelity in health services research -- Understanding and promoting treatment integrity in prevention -- Treatment integrity as adult behavior change: A review of models -- Conceptual foundations for measuring the implementation of educational innovations -- Measuring and analyzing treatment integrity data in research -- Assessment of treatment integrity in psychotherapy research -- The use of performance feedback to improve intervention implementation in schools -- Producing high levels of treatment integrity in practice: A focus on preparing practitioners -- Behavior analytic techniques to promote treatment integrity -- Treatment integrity in conjoint behavioral consultation: Conceptualizing active ingredients and potential pathways of influence -- Treatment integrity in urban, community-based prevention programs.
Summary "This book is meant to provide the first comprehensive source on the current state of knowledge related to the conceptualization, assessment, and promotion of treatment integrity across psychology, education, and related fields. In short, the chapters in this book present a broad, multielement view of treatment integrity to specify what is known and what is not yet known about the implementation of evidence-based interventions. For example, the reader will note that some findings have been consistent across studies and fields (e.g., higher levels of treatment integrity result in improved outcomes), whereas other findings have not (e.g., self-report of treatment integrity has been found to be acceptable by some researchers and unreliable by others). Similarly, the chapters in this book present diverse definitions of treatment integrity. This variation in definitions reflects the emerging, evolving, and complex nature of this area of inquiry and further underscores the need for a comprehensive resource on the topic"--Introduction. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2013 APA, all rights reserved).
Other Author Sanetti, Lisa M. Hagermoser.
Kratochwill, Thomas R.
Other Title Print version: Treatment integrity. 1st ed. Washington, D.C. : American Psychological Association, ©2014