Family Communication

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Author Index

A
Abbott, D. A., 352, 362, 367
Abramson, L. Y., 146
Acierno, R., 335, 338
Acock, A. C, 278, 338
Ackreman, P. L., 118
Adams, B. N., 190, 191, 193
Adams, J. E, 384
Adams, S. L., 352, 362, 367
Addis, A., 386
Adrian, C., 304
Afifi, W A., 59, 72, 73
Agras, W S., 328
Ahmad, S., 314
Ahrons, C. R., 7, 287, 288
Ahuja, R. B. D., 81
AhYun, K., 113
Ainsworth, M. D. S., 43
Akiskal, H. S., 302
Albrecht, T. L., 227
Aldous J., 231
Alexander, A. L., 67
Alexander, P. C., 355, 356, 357, 358
Algania, S. W, 325
Alibrando, S. A., 167
Allen, D. A., 255
Allen, E. S., 84, 375
Allen, K. R., 195
Allen, M., 178
Allen, W., 338
Alpert, E. J., 347
Altman, I., 96
Altman J., 271
Alwin, D. E, 55
Amans. J. A., 266
Amato, P. R., 171, 243, 254, 257, 264, 265, 266, 270, 274, 399
American Medical Association, 348
American Psychiatric Association, 301, 307, 311, 317
Ammerman, R. T., 336
Amoloza, T. O., 243
Anders, S. L., 325, 326
Andersen, P. A., 140
Anderson, B. J., 331
Anderson, E. R., 295, 296
Anderson, K. L., 365
Anderson, S. A., 377, 385
Anderrson, D. G., 118
Andersson, L., 95, 306
Andrews, B., 305
Andrews, J. A., 40
Andrews, K., 335, 338
Antognoli-Toland, P. L., 306
Anwar, R., 349
Aponte, R., 23, 35
Apple, R. E, 327, 328
Applegate, J. L., 305
Apter, A., 313
Aquilino, W S., 202, 295
Arcus, M. E., 373
Arizzi, P., 125
Arnkoff, D. B., 225

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