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Volume 38, Issue 4 (2009)

Conceptual and Methodological Issues in Treatment Integrity Measurement

pp. 541—546

This special series focused on treatment integrity in the child mental health and education field is timely. The articles do a laudable job of reviewing (a) the current status of treatment integrity research and measurement, (b) existing conceptual models of treatment integrity, and (c) the limitations of prior research. The multidimensional model described by Schulte, Eaton, and Parker (2009) provides an incisive summary of current conceptual work. Thus, important conceptual ground is covered in the series, and the articles are likely to serve as an important starting point for future work in the area.

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