Person-Environment Psychology and Mental Health: Assessment and Intervention

By William E. Martin Jr.; Jody L. Swartz-Kulstad | Go to book overview

Subject Index

A
Adaptation, 174-175, 177 psychosocial adaptation, 179
Adolescence, 39-55, 113-132, 143-165
academic performance, 119
antisocial behavior
causal models, 120-122
correlates of, 115-120
treatment of, see Treatment models, 122-130
alterations in process, 189
career development, 160-162
cognitive abilities, 116
familty relations, 117-118
intelligence (IQ), 115-116
neighborhood context, 119-120
parents, 40-43 management training, 122
peers, 43-45, 118
school, 45-47, 119
social skills, 116
work, 47-48
Assessment, 14-26, 48-54
activities, 22-23
commensurate measurement, 96-98, 105
lambda coeffcient, 98
occupational ability pattern, 96
occupational scale (Strong), 97
and validation in personnel selection, 97
comprehensive needs, 14
culture, 182, 187-188
enactments, 54
family interaction tasks, 53
family-level, 16-17
individual-level, 16
interviews, 48-51
eco-maps, 51
measuring social relations, 63, see also social network analysis,62
neighborhood-level, 18
observation, 53
and P-E psychology, 200-204
peer-level, 17
people, 24-25
places, 21-22
projectives, 52
school-level, 17-18
self-report measures, 51-52, see also psychological testing, 95-96
Family Environment Scale (FES), 51
Family Adaptability and Cohesion Scale (FACES III), 52
social network analysis, 60-82
sociomatrix, 67
specialized, 25-26
strenth-based,11
Systems, 188
Attributional bias, 116

C
Comprehensive Needs-Based Assessment Checklist, 27-35
Contexual satisfaction, 183-185, 188
Contextual satisfactoriness, 183-185, 188
Counseling from a P-E perspective, 106-107
choice of intervention, 106
counselee satisfaction, 106, 107
counseling process, models of 106-107
counselor satisfaction, 106, 107
feedback systems, 107
reinforcement, 107
Cultural and Contextual Correspondence, 175, 178, 184
Cultural and Contextual Guide Process, 179

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