This significant book explains why family psychology―an entirely different field from family therapy―provides a cutting-edge description of human behavior in context and as such represents the wave of the future in psychology.
• Supplies a comprehensive treatise on the value of family psychology to the field of psychology as a whole
• Provides a historical overview of family psychology and makes the important differentiation between family psychology and marriage and family therapy
• Examines the relationship between research and practice, cure and care, and the science and art of family psychology
• Documents how family psychology strives to view persons in context of their situation and the relationships within the family
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