Personal Relationships: Implications for Clinical and Community Psychology

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AUTHOR INDEX
Abbey, A., 9
Acitelli, L. K., 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 10, 14
Adams, B. J., 40
Adams, C. H., 94
Adams, G. R., 169
Adams, G., 216
Adams, P., 216
Adan, A. M., 151
Adler, A., 192
Adler, N., 33
Agnew, R., 174
Akiyama, H., 3, 10, 32
Albrecht, T., 14
Alexander, R., 106
Allan, G. A., 6
Allan, J., 151
Altman, I., 5, 144
Alvidrez, J., 143
American Psychiatric Association, 61, 69
American Society of Human Genetics, 35, 56
Amoroso, D. M., 122
Anchin, J., 90
Andersen, P. A., 7
Angelone, E. O., 113
Angermeier, W. F., 122
Antonucci, T. C., 1, 2, 3, 4, 10, 32
Argyle, M., 5, 186, 190, 194
Aroian, K. J., 156
Arriaga, X., 3
Arvitzu, S. F., 155
Asarnow, J. R., 69
Aseron, R. G., 40
Ashton, R., 61
Aspinwall, L. G., 36
Atkinson, T., 133, 213
Avlund, K., 22
Badr, H., 5, 11
Baezconde-Garbanati, L., 211
Baltzeil, L. D., 121
Bandura, A., 34
Bao, W., 177
Barbarin, O. A., 133
Barbee, A. P., 10
Barefoot, J. C., 33
Barker, R. G., 144
Baron, R., 219
Baron, R. S., 124
Barone, C., 151
Barrera, M., Jr., 19, 123, 143, 201, 202, 204, 213, 220
Bartels, B., 112
Bartholomew, K., 37, 102
Barton, A. M., 204
Bates, J., 167
Batson, C. D., 187
Baum, A., 203, 212, 217
Bauman, U., 18, 120, 122
Baumeister, R. R., 124
Baumgarten, M., 120
Bednar, R. L., 112, 116
Beels, C. C., 64
Belgrave, L. L., 216
Bellah, R. N., 6, 121
Benes, F. M., 61
Benjamin, L. S., 99, 100, 114
Bennet, T. L., 9, 19, 209, 220
Bennett, J., 92
Berenbaum, H., 97
Berg, J. H., 103
Berkman, L. F., 21, 126
Berman, W. H., 94
Bernard, J., 121
Berndt, T. J., 143
Berquier, A., 61
Berren, M., 212
Berry, J. W., 144, 155
Bertelsen, A., 62
Bertsch, T. D., 25, 26
Bickman, L., 203, 208, 218
Billings, A. G., 3, 184

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