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A System of Care for Children's Mental Health: Expanding the Research Base
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Chapter 12: Instrumentation and Methodology

Psychometric Analysis of the Pediatric Symptom Checklist with Children Enrolled in Medicaid
Roger A. Boothroyd & Mary I. Armstrong

Revising the Restrictiveness of Living Environment Scale (ROLES):
Re-Conceptualizing the Restrictiveness of Living Environments
Jonathan C. Huefner, Mary Beth Rauktis, Peter J. Pecora, Ronald W. Thompson,
Ann Doucette, & Kirk O’Brien

Measuring Relationship Quality in Systems of Care
Vicki Sprague Effland & Christopher J. Everett

Measuring the Quality of the Relationship between Youth and Treatment Parents
in Therapeutic Foster Care: Understanding the Role of the Therapeutic Relationship
 in Community-Based Services
Dannia Southerland, Sarah Mustillo, Elizabeth M. Z. Farmer, & Maureen Murray

Use of a Strengths-Based Measure of Parenting Skills to Promote Collaborative
Treatment Planning
Kay Hodges, Barbara A. Hull, Eli Wilson, & Lucy McGoron

The Service Process Adherence to Needs and Strengths (SPANS): Extending the CANS
Norin Dollard, Keren S. Vergon, & Mary Beth Rautkis

Multilevel Analysis of Interagency Collaboration of Children’s Mental Health Agencies
Paul E. Greenbaum & Robert F. Dedrick

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