First published in 2004. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Table of Contents
Volume 83, Number 3, 2004
Contents: M.J. Hilsenroth, An Introduction to the Special Issue on Personality Assessment and Psychotherapy. M.J. Hilsenroth, Acknowledgments. A.G. Hersoug, Assessment of Therapists' and Patients' Personality: Relationship to Therapeutic Technique and Outcome in Brief Dynamic Psychotherapy. G.A. Tasca, D. Taylor, H. Bissada, K. Ritchie, L. Balfour, Attachment Predicts Treatment Completion in an Eating Disorders Partial Hospital Program Among Women With Anorexia Nervosa. M.A. Ruiz, A.L. Pincus, T.D. Borkovec, R.J. Echemendia, L.G. Castonguay, S.A. Ragusea, Validity of the Inventory of Interpersonal Problems for Predicting Treatment Outcome: An Investigation With the Pennsylvania Practice Research Network. B. Puschner, S. Kraft, S. Bauer, Interpersonal Problems and Outcome in Outpatient Psychotherapy: Findings From a Long-Term Longitudinal Study in Germany. J.R. Vittengl, L.A. Clark, R.B. Jarrett, Self-Directed Affiliation and Autonomy Across Acute and Continuation Phase Cognitive Therapy for Recurrent Depression. M.B. Gurtman, Relational Measures in Psychotherapy Research on Process and Outcome: A Commentary on the Studies. C. Grønnerød, Rorschach Assessment of Changes Following Psychotherapy: A Meta-Analytic Review. M. Nygren, Rorschach Comprehensive System Variables in Relation to Assessing Dynamic Capacity and Ego Strength for Psychodynamic Psychotherapy. K. Elfhag, S. Rossner, T. Lindgren, I. Andersson, A.M. Carlsson, Rorschach Personality Predictors of Weight Loss With Behavior Modification in Obesity Treatment. J.C. Fowler, S.J. Ackerman, S. Speanberg, A. Bailey, M. Blagys, A.C. Conklin, Personality and Symptom Change in Treatment-Refractory Inpatients: Evaluation of the Phase Model of Change Using Rorschach TAT, and DSM-IV Axis V. I.B. Weiner, Monitoring Psychotherapy With Performance-Based Measures of Personality Functioning. M.J. Hilsenroth, E.J. Peters, S.J. Ackerman, The Development of Therapeutic Alliance During Psychological Assessment: Patient and Therapist Perspectives Across Treatment. W.E. Piper, J.S. Ogrodniczuk, A.S. Joyce, Quality of Object Relations as a Moderator of the Relationship Between Pattern of Alliance and Outcome in Short-Term Individual Psychotherapy.