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  • Bader, E. Getting Off to a Powerful Start in Couple therapy.  Retrieved February 11, 2010, from
  • Beck, R. L. and Crawford, A. B.  The Couple Assessment Summary: A Bridge from Assessment to Treatment.  American Journal of Psychotherapy, Vol. 54, No. 1, Winter 2000.
  • Berger, A. R. and Janoff-Bulman, R.  Costs and satisfaction in close relationships: The role of loss–gain framing.  Personal Relationships, 13, 53–68, 2006.
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  • Cramer, D. and Donachie, M.  Psychological Health and Change in Closeness in Platonic and Romantic Relationships.  The Journal of Social Psychology, 139 (6), 762-767, 1999.
  • Forrest, L.  Career Assessment for Couples.  Journal of Employment Counseling.  Vol 31, December 1994.
  • Gore, J. S., Cross, S. E., and Morris, M.  Let's be friends: Relational self-construal and the development of intimacy.  Personal Relationships, 13, 83–102, 2006.
  • Gray, W. S. and Arbruthnot, M. H..  Fun with Dick and Jane.  Scott, Foresman and Company 1941.
  • Greeff, A. P. and Malherbe, H. L.  Intimacy and Marital Satisfaction in Spouses.  Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy, 27:247–257, 2001.
  • Hasselbrauck, M. and Fehr, B. Dimensions of relationship quality.  Personal Relationships, 9, 253-270, 2002.
  • Hawes, C.  Early Recollections: A Compelling Intervention in Couple therapy.  The Journal of Individual Psychology, Vol. 63, No. 3, Fall 2007.
  • Hicks, M. W., McWey, L. M., Benson, K. E., and Hernandez, S.  Using what premarital couples already know to inform marriage education: integration of a Gottman model perspective.  Contemporary Family Therapy 26(1), March 2004.
  • Knobloch, L. K. and Solomon, D. H.  Intimacy and the magnitude and experience of episodic relational uncertainty within romantic relationships.  Personal Relationships, 9, 457-478, 2002.
  • Martin, D.  Chapter 207, The Mental Status Examination.  Walker, H. K., Hall, W. D., Hurst, J. W., editors.  Clinical Methods: The History, Physical, and Laboratory Examinations, 3rd edition.  Boston: Butterworths, 1990.
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  • Peluso, P. R. and Macintosh, H.  Emotionally Focused Couple therapy and Individual Psychology: A Dialogue Across Theories.  The Journal of Individual Psychology, Vol. 63, No. 3, Fall 2007.
  • Sperry, L.  Assessment in Marital Therapy: A Couples-Centered Biopsychosocial Approach.  Individual Psychology, Vol. 45, No. 4, December 1989.
  • Symonds, D. and Horvath, A. O.  Optimizing the Alliance in Couple Therapy.  Family Process, Vol. 43, No. 4, 2004.
  • Tell, S. J., Pavkov, T., Hecker, L., & Fontaine, K. L.  Adult Survivors of Child Abuse: An Application of John Gottman's Sound Marital House Theory.  Contemporary Family Therapy,  28:225–238, 2006.
  • Weigel, D. J.  A dyadic assessment of how couples indicate their commitment to each other.  Personal Relationships, 15, 17–39, 2008.
  • Wetherford, R.  Featured Interview with Dan Wile, PhD.  Retrieved on February 21, 2010, from file:///C:/Documents%20and%20Settings/All%20Users/Documents/Ronald/Active%20Folders/Wisr/Couples%20&%20Couples%20Therapy/Doctorate/Project%204-%20Initial%20Assessment/Dan%20Wile-%20collaborative%20couples%20therapy-%20empathy.htm.
  • Wyatt, R. C.  An Interview with John Gottman, PhD. Couple therapy and Marriage,  Retrieved on February 14, 2010, from
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