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  • Author:
    Dr. Samuel Vuchinich
  • ISBN:
    0761908781
  • ISBN13:
    978-0761908784
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  • Publisher:
    Sage Publications, Inc.; 1 edition (December 8, 1998)
  • Pages:
    248 pages
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    Social Sciences
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Elucidating the core principles that have developed from these various fields, Family Problem Solving explores family conflicts, the nature of family problems, problems across the life cycle, and social constructions. This volume also includes applications of family problem solving as well as recent advances in and future considerations of this field

This well-written book skillfully introduces the readers to the history of family problem solving. The range and quality of content in the book is vast and comprehensive. Elucidating the core principles that have developed from these various fields, Family Problem Solving explores family conflicts, the nature of family problems, problems across the life cycle, and social constructions.

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This study assessed child behavior problems and parent-child communication behaviors during problem solving in three groups of families with .

This study assessed child behavior problems and parent-child communication behaviors during problem solving in three groups of families with adolescent children: foster families, birthfamilies with a child at risk for behavior problems, and birthfamilies with a child not at risk.

Samuel Vuchinich creatively introduces the topic of family problem solving through the inclusion of a dinner narrative. The family conversation portrayed quickly turns into an emotional expression of verbal interactions between adolescent siblings, thus providing the reader with an initial example of the complex nature of family problem solving. In the introduction, Vuchinich lays the groundwork for the organization of the book.

He explores family conflicts, the nature of family problems, problems across the life cycle, and social constructions.

Introducing Family Problem Solving The Origins of a Science of Family Problem Solving Family Problem Solving Comes of Age Families, Problems, and Solutions The Rational Model and Beyond Application. More). Assessing Families With the Family Problem Solving Code. Charles D. Forbes, Samuel Vuchinich, Blythe K. Kneedler.

Problem-Solving Training for Families -Sam Vuchinich. Several decades ago, Dr. D'Zurilla spearheaded a new area of study on the role of social problem solving in adjustment and the efficacy of problem-solving training/therapy as a treatment and prevention method. Problem-Solving Therapy for Caregivers -Christine Maguth Nezu, Andrew D. Palmatiere, and Arthur M. Nezu. His seminal article with Marvin R. Goldfried, "Problem Solving and Behavior Modification" (1971, Journal of Abnormal Psychology®) was recognized as a Citation Classic in Current Contents (No. 50, December, 1984).

Synthesizing the diverse body of perspectives and approaches to family problem solving covered in research and clinical work, Samuel Vuchinich assesses the implications of research on problem solving for family-based prevention and intervention programs. He explores family conflicts, the nature of family problems, problems across the life cycle, and social constructions.