COMMON FACTORS ARE NOT ISLANDS—THEY WORK THROUGH MODELS: A RESPONSE TO SEXTON, RIDLEY, AND KLEINER
In this article, we respond to Sexton, Ridley, and Kleiner (this issue) from three different perspectives. First, we discuss their criticisms as rooted in a portrait of common factors to whichwe do not subscribe. Second, we discuss points of agreement and partial agreement between our twoarticles. F...
|Published in:||Journal of marital and family therapy, Vol. 30, No. 2 (2004), p. 0|
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