This thorough book offers a comprehensive approach to research methodology for counselor education or counseling psychology students. Its coverage of program evaluation and the many examples and exercises included make the book both immediately applicable to real-life counseling settings. Offering a specialized focus on counseling research, the book illustrates how distinct this type of research is from other areas of reserach in behavorial science, and is used broadly to include school, career, employee assistance, and rehabilitation counseling.
A text for a research methodology course in counselor education or counseling psychology programs. Explains research design and program evaluation at an introductory level for students heading for careers in research, and at a level sufficient for clinicians to commission and evaluate a research project or conduct an occasional one themselves. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)