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Index

Index

Note: Tables and figures are indicated by t, f.

A
Abbott, B. V., 139
abuse. See also children; substance use
physical
5HTT hypermethylation in, 46
problems related to, 25t
sexual
5HTT hypermethylation in, 46–47
of children, 27
acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), 212–14
actor-partner interdependence models (APIM), 157, 158–59, 158f
in couple research, 158–59, 159f
Addis, M. E., 236
Adobe, 153
adolescents. See children
affairs. See also extramarital infidelity
definition of, 114
extramarital, 113
as interpersonal emotional traumas, 113–14
sexual, purely, 114
African American youth
economic and social adversity protection of, 43
SES and, 47
substance use in
5-HTTLPR and, 44
DRD4 and, 44–45
age, extramarital infidelity and, 115
aggression. See also partner aggression; physical aggression; psychological aggression
treatment of
cognitive-behavioral therapy with aggression target, 106
integrated cognitive-behavioral therapy, 105–6
nonviolence conjoint, 106–7
sequenced individual and relationship therapy, 106–7
Aggression (AGG) scale of Marital Satisfaction Inventory Revised (MSI-R), 141–42
Aguilar, R. J., 100
alcohol abuse, 12. See also substance use
dopamine and, 44
nonviolence conjoint treatment for, 107–8
in physical aggression, 104–5
alcohol consumption, in college students, 43
Alden, L., 185
Alexander, J. F., 167
Allen, E. S., 115, 118, 119
Althof, S., 85
Amato, P. R., 118
American Psychiatric Publishing House, 9
American Psychological Association (APA), 7, 169, 173, 174
American Psychological Association’s Society of Family Psychology, [link]
analog behavioral observation (ABO), 139
Andolfi, M., 182
androgen deprivation therapy, 58
Angelo, C., 182
Angott, D. M., 99
anorexia nervosa, 77
Antisocial Personality Disorder (ASPD), 47
anxiety, in intimate partner relationship distress, 23
Archbold, P. G., 53
Archer, J., 98
Arias, I., 98, 100
Arseneau, J. R., 75
Artinian, N. T., 54–55
Asian cultures, as collectivist, 52
Atkins, D. C., 3, 105, 123, 124, 158, 160, 188
AUDIT, for alcohol abuse assessment, 104–5
autonomy, in Western cultures, 52
Ayotte, B., 57
B
Balboni, T. A., 53
Balderrama-Durbin, C. M., 3 (p. 263)
Baldwin, S. A., 178
Bardsley, B., 2
Bate, K., 3
Baucom, B. R., 3, 154, 188
Baucom, D. H., 114, 122–23, 124, 177, 179, 180, 181, 182
Beach, S. R. H., 2, 9, 15, 45, 47, 60, 98
Behavioral Affective Rating System (BARS), 140
Behavioral Couples Therapy (BCT), 74–75
behavioral disorders
epigenetic effects on, 10
genetic effects on, 10
behavioral genetics, 40–41
Behavioral Marital Therapy (BMT), 211–12
behavioral medicine model, 20
behavioral observation
behavioral samples acquisition, 152–53
in couple research, 151–55
signal-derived features
encoded arousal and pronoun use, 154
to generate observational codes, 154–55
technology-facilitated observational coding methods, 153–54
behavioral samples acquisition, 152–53
Behrens, B. C., 181, 182
Benson, L. A., 3
Berg, S., 235
Berns, S. B., 188
Bhugra, D., 137
Birchler, G. R., 139
Black, M. P., 161
Booth, A., 54
borderline personality disorder symptoms, 73
Bosworth, H. B., 57
Bradbury, T. N., 136
Brannen, S. J., 106
Bray, J. H., 164 (p. 264)
breast cancer, marital functioning and, 54
Brennan, K. A., 151
Brew, L., 3
Brody, G. H., 2, 45, 47
Brown, E. M., 120
Bulik, C. M., 77
Burman, B., 55
C
Cacioppo, J. T., 53
CAGE, for alcohol abuse assessment, 104
California Women’s Health Survey (1997–2003), 101
Call, V. R. A., 53
Camberwell Family Interview (CFI), 14
Campbell, A., 98
Campbell, J. C., 99
cancer
breast, marital functioning and, 54
prostate, sexual side effects of, 58
candidate gene investigations, 40, 41
cardiovascular disease (CVD)
in caregiver, increase of, 60
Cardiovascular Health Study, 60
cardiovascular system, marital functioning and, 54
cardiovascular variables, for psychophysiological data acquiring, 155
caregiver-child relational problems, 19, 22, 23, 28
assessment tools for, 29–30
parenting interventions for, 23
public health consequences in, 23
caregivers
cardiovascular disease (CVD) increase in, 60
stress reduction of, 61
Carter, J. H., 53, 54
categories, continual versus, 15–16
Center for Family Research (CFR), 40, 43
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, in analysis of SEER data, 62
Cercone, J. J., 98
Chen, Y., 45
child abuse. See children
Child Abuse Potential Inventory (CAP), 29
child behavior problems, treatment for, 30
child-parent relational problem, 27–28. See also caregiver-child relational problems
child protection services, 24
children. See also African American youth
conduct disorder, 13–14
of divorce, 1
homicide, 23
intimate partner relationship distress and, 23
maltreatment of, 11, 19, 20
assessment tools for, 28–29
developmental problems with, 22
diagnostic criteria for, 26–27
medical conditions with, 22–23
mental health disorders with, 22
prevention of, 20
public health consequences in, 22–23
treatment for, 30
relational processes in, 11
sexual abuse of, 27
substance use in
sexual behavior and, 44
Christensen, A., 3, 98, 101, 105, 106, 124, 134, 179, 186–88
chronic illness, 51
classical test theory (CTT), 149–51
“client-side technologies,” 152
clinical practice, enhancement of, 11–12
Clinician Rating of Adult Communication (CRAC), 140
Coalition on Family Diagnosis, 8
Cognitive Behavioral Analysis System of Psychotherapy, 73
cognitive-behavioral conjoint therapy (CBCT)
for PTSD, 75–76
cognitive behavioral couple therapy (CBCT), 177, 179–82, 189, 231, 236
cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), 74
Couple-Based, for OCD, 76, 77
Cohen, J., 70
college students, alcohol consumption in, 43
Communication Patterns Questionnaire (CPQ), 135, 141
Communication Skills Test (CST), 140
compulsive masturbation, 92
conduct problems, serotonergic function level and, 43
conflict avoidance, 14
Conflict Rating System (CRS), 140
Conflict Tactics Scale (CTS), 97–98, 136
for child maltreatment, 28
for IPV, 28, 104
Conflict Tactics Scale-Version 2 (CTS-2), 159
minor psychological abuse subscale from, 159, 160f
Conry, R. F., 185
context-sensitive ecological momentary assessment (CS-EMA), 152, 156–57
continua, categories versus, 15–16
continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP)
adherence to, 57
Conventionalization (CNV) scale
on MSI-R, 135
Cook, W. L., 158
coping congruence, 56
Coping-Oriented Couples Therapy (COCT), 74
coping strategies, 56
copy number variations (CNVs), 40
Cordova, Jr., D., 235
Córdova, J. V., 3, 188
couple and family therapy (CFT), 164–65
intervention components, 166–68
client diversity, 168
clinical, 167
clinical outcomes, 168
clinical problem diversity, 168
comprehensive research evidence, 167
high-quality diverse research methodologies, 167–68
mechanism of clinical action, 168
research evidence evaluation, 168–72
research translating into practice, 165–66
treatment guidelines, 172–74
Couple-Based CBT, for OCD, 76, 77
couple-based interventions, 2, 30, 73–77
for anorexia nervosa, 77
for mood disorders, 73–74
for OCD, 76–77
for PTSD, 75–76
for substance use disorders, 74–75
couple case conceptualizations
comorbid individual distress, 136–37
cultural considerations, 137
relationship affect, 136
relationship behaviors, 134–35
relationship cognitions, 135–36
Couple Commitment And Relationship Enhancement (Couple CARE) program, 195
couple distress
assessment of, 131
best practice recommendations in, 143–47
conceptual model for, 132–33
for diagnosis, 133–34
for screening, 133–34
treatment monitoring and outcome, 142–43
treatment planning, 134–37
definition of, 132
evaluation of, 137–42
couple assessment interview, 138–39
observational methods, 139–41
self-report methods, 141–42
prevalence of, 132
couple dysfunction, 2
income and, 52
sexual dysfunction and, 83
couple-illness connection, 51
couple relationship education (CRE), 193–94
assessment efficacy and feedback, 196
barriers to accessing, 203–4 (p. 265)
development of, 194
effectiveness of, 202–3
evaluation of, 195–96
impact enhancement of, 203
reach enhancement of, 204–6
scope of, 194
types of, 194–95
curriculum-based education, 195
inventory assessment and feedback, 194–95
couple research
couple data statistical approach, 157
actor-partner interdependence models, 158–59, 159f
dyadic data models, 158, 160–61
longitudinal data models, 158
nonnormal outcomes, 159–60, 160f
data acquisition and measurement in
behavioral observation, 151–55
CS-EMA, 156–57
psychophysiological data, 155–56
self-report data, 149–51, 150f
couples
coping with illness, 51
interventions, 3
Couple Satisfaction Index (CSI), 29, 104, 133–34, 151
Couples Communication Program (CCP), 195
Couples Coping Enhancement Training (CCET), 195
couple therapy, 2–3
CBCT, 177, 179–82, 189
cultural considerations in, 3
EFCT, 177, 183–86, 189
for EMI, 121–22
IBCT, 177, 186–89
IOCT, 177, 182–83, 189
sex
with nonmainstream partners, 92
processes, 88–89
TBCT, 177, 178–79, 189
Cretu, J. B., 75
Cui, J., 47
culture, 226. See also evidence-based couple therapy
EMI and, 116–17
curriculum-based couple relationship education, 196–97, 198 [link] –201 [link] , 201–2
curriculum-based education, 195
cyber affairs, 115
cybersex, 92
D
Davila, J., 136
death, from IPV, 22
Defense of Marriage Act, U.S., 241
DeKlyen, M., 179
demographics
in illness coping, 52–53
education, 53
ethnicity, 52–53
income, 52–53
mental status, 53
race, 52–53
religion and spirituality, 53
depression, 2, 12, 23
5HTT and, 45
conjoint marital interpersonal psychotherapy for, 73
education and, 53
income and, 52
in intimate partner relationship distress, 23
SES and, 47
depressive symptoms
genetic influences on, 10
De Silva, P., 137
desire, 85
destructive sexuality, 92–93
Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM), 2, 7–8
ICD versus, 25
progress of, 9–10
relational diagnoses inclusion in, [link]
relationship problem categories organization in, 13–15
revision process of, 8–9
Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, fourth edition (DSM-IV), 7
relational problems in, 24–30
diathesis stress effects, 44
“diathesis-stress” model, 42, 44–45
“differential susceptibility” model, 42–45
DiMatteo, M. R., 57
disability-adjusted life years (DALYs), 22
disciplinary diversity, 165
disease course
intermediate processes, 52f, 55
partner health decrease in, 60
relationship factors influence on, 55–57
communication, 55–56
dyadic coping, 56
treatment decisions during, 59–60
divorce
children of, 1
economic impact of, 1
EMI and, 117
negative impact of, 1
Domestic Violence Containment Program of Neidig, 106
dopamine, 44
dopamine receptor-4 (DRD4) gene, 43, 44
randomized prevention trial designs and, 45
substance use and, 44–45
Dorval, M., 58
Doss, B. D., 188
drug abuse, 12. See also substance use
nonviolence conjoint treatment for, 107–8
in physical aggression, 104–5
Drug Abuse Screening Test (DAST), 105
DSM-IV-TR, 25, 25t
Duncan, G., 161
Dyadic Adjustment Scale (DAS), 29, 104, 108, 151, 230
post-therapy, 157, 157f
pretherapy prediction of, 158, 159, 159f
dyadic coping
coping congruence, 56
partner involvement perceptions, 56–57
dyadic data models
in couple research, 158, 160–61
Dyadic Interaction Scoring Code (DISC), 140
dyadic therapy, 103–4
dyadic treatment, gender-specific treatment compared to, 106
E
Edelman, D., 57
education
depression and, 53
EMI and, 116
in illness coping, 53
level of
QOL and, 53
effective coping strategies, 56
Ekman, P., 154
Eldridge, K., 188
electrodermal responding, for psychophysiological data acquiring, 155–56
Electronically Activated Recorder (EAR), 152, 155, 156
“emotional expressiveness training,” 180
emotional infidelity
sexual infidelity versus, 114–15 (p. 266)
Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy (EFCT)
for EMI, 124
emotionally focused therapy (EFT), 235
emotional stress response, 20–21, 21f
emotion-focused couple therapy (EFCT), 75, 177, 183–86, 189
empirically supported therapies (ESTs), 225, 228
CBCT, 236
cultural adaptations of, 230
cultural considerations of, 230–35
communication styles, 234–35
direct problem solving versus acceptance, 232–33
emotional expression, 233
ethnicity, 233–34
evidence-based treatments, 230–31
gender, 233
individualism versus collectivism, 234
love and intimacy assumptions, 231–32
power distribution, 232
race, 233–34
therapeutic relationship, 231
diverse culture concerns in, 229–30
EFT, 235
IBCT, 236
TBCT, 236
epigenetics, in family science, 45–47
Epstein, N., 177, 179, 236
Erba, G., 61
eroticism, 85, 92
Escobar-Chew, A. R., 235
ethnicity, 226, 233–34
in illness coping, 52–53
Evans, R. L., 61
evidence-based couple therapy
broad empirical movements in, 228–29
cultural considerations in, 225–26
cultural studying, value of, 227–28
“evocative” rGE, 42
exhibitionism, 92
EXPAGG, 98
expressed emotion (EE), 13–15, 72
external/environmental context, EMI and, 117–18
extramarital affairs, 92, 93, 113
extramarital infidelity (EMI), 114
aftermath of, 121
disclosure of, 120–21
discovery of, 120–21
engagement in
approach factors in, 119, 120
precipitating factors in, 119
Internet-based, 115
maintenance of, 119–20
predisposal to, 115–19
age, 115
clinical implications, 119
culture, 116–17
divorce status, 117
education, 116
external/environmental context, 117–18
family history, 117
gender of participating partner, 115–16
marital context, 118
personality, 117
political affiliation, 116
race, 116–17
religiosity, 116
sexual orientation, 117
response to, 121
treatment for
couple therapy, 121–22
EFC, 124
forgiveness-based treatments, 122
IBCT, 123–24
TBCT, 123–24
F
Facial Action Coding System (FACS), 154
Facilitating Open Couple Communication Understanding and Study (FOCCUS), 194
Fals-Stewart, W., 75, 107–8, 139
family-based interventions, 30
community level, 12
family history, EMI and, 117
family interventions
levels-of-evidence for, 172t
“family intervention science,” 164
family models
genetic variable inclusion in, 39
misspecification of, 39
family problems, relational processes and, 10
“Family Problems and Family Violence: Reliable Assessment and the ICD-11”, 10
family therapy, 3. See also couple and family therapy
Fanslow, J. L., 96–97
Fernandez, A. M., 116
Fetzer Institute, 9, 10
Fissette, C. L., 3
5-HT reuptake, 43
Fleming, B., 181
Fleming, C. J. E., 3
Follette, W. C., 179
Follingstad, D. R., 100
Foran, H. M., 14, 16, 26
Ford, C., 185
forgiveness-based treatments, for EMI, 122
four-stage model of sexual response, 84
Fraley, R. C., 151
Freedman, A., 182
Frequency and Acceptability of Partner Behavior Inventory (FAPBI), 135, 141
Funk, J. L., 29, 151
G
Gafford, J., 52
Gattis, K. S., 105, 188
gender, EMI and, 115–16
gender-specific treatment
dyadic treatment compared to, 106
gender-variant couples, 3. See also lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender couples
gene-environment correlations (rGEs), 42
“active” rGE, 42
“passive” rGE, 42
gene-environment (G-E) interplay, 39–40
G x E, 42
molecular genetic data and, 41–42
research, 40–41
gene expression, change in, 46
generalized linear mixed model (GLMM), 159–60, 161
genetic data, integration of
into basic and prevention research programs, 43–45
genetics
behavioral, 40–41
molecular, 40–41
genome-wide association studies (GWAS), 40–41
genotypes, 40, 41
George, W., 188
Gibbons, R. D., 160
Gilbert, S. E., 2
Glass, S. P., 114
Global Assessment of Functioning (GAF) scale, 8
Global Assessment of Relational Functioning (GARF), 8
Global Distress (GDS) subscale
of MSI-R, 142
Glynn, S. M., 75
“goal attainment scaling” (GAS), 142–43
Goldman, A., 184
Goldman Sher, T., 2
good enough sex (GES), 85, 89–90
Gordon, K. C., 2, 114, 121, 122–23, 124, 166
Gottman, J. M., 134, 136, 139
Gouin, J., 54
GRADE Working Group, 167
Grady-Fletcher, A., 183
Green, M. C., 115
Greenberg, L., 177, 183, 184, 185
Greenman, P. S., 235
Group for the Advancement of Psychiatry’s Task Force on the Family, 8
Guideline Development Panel (GDP), 173–74
H
Hahlweg, K., 179
Haigh, A., 98
Halford, W. K., 3, 181, 182
Hall, R. J., 99 (p. 267)
Hanes, C. W., 171–72
harsh parenting, 5HTT hypermethylation in, 46
Hawkins, D. N., 54
Hawkley, L. C., 52
Haynes, S. N., 137
health behavior, romantic relationships in, 51
health processes, 2
Heaton, T. B., 53
Heavy, C. L., 134
Hedeker, D., 160
Hegedoorn, M., 56
“Helping Couples Get Past the Affair: A Clinician’s Guide,” 123
hematopoietic stem cell transplant (HSCT), 61, 62
Hertlein, K. M., 115
Heyman, R. E., 26, 140
Hispanic cultures, as collectivist, 52
HIV/AIDS, 12
income and, 52
Hoang, M., 117
Hollon, S. D., 73
Holtrop, K., 235
Holtzworth-Munroe, A., 167, 178, 179
homicide, children, 23
Horsford, S., 235
Howell, J. W., 22
Huber, C. H., 180
hypoactive sexual desire disorder (HSDD), 84, 94
I
idealizing function, 251–52
illegal sexual behavior, 92
illness
chronic, 51
coping with
couples in, 51
demographics in, 52–53
future directions of, 61–62
personality, 53–54
return to health in, 61–62
social constraint, 62
social support, 53
onset of, in marital functioning, 54–55
income
couple dysfunction and, 52
depression and, 52
HIV/AIDS and, 52
in illness coping, 52–53
relationship instability and, 52
individuals
assessment of, 131
ineffective coping strategies, 56
infidelity, 2. See also extramarital infidelity
emotional, 114–15
occurrence of, 115
sexual, 114–15
insight-oriented couple therapy (IOCT), 177, 182–83, 189, 211–12
Institute of Medicine (IOM), 173, 174
instrumental aggression
psychological aggression versus, 98–99
integrated systemic therapy (IST), 184–85, 231
integrative behavioral couple therapy (IBCT), 177, 186–89, 213, 231, 236
for EMI, 123–24
Interactional Dimensions Coding System (IDCS), 140
International Classification of Diseases (ICD), 2, 7–8
DSM versus, 25
progress of, 9–10
relationship problem categories organization in, 13–15
revision process of, 8–9
International Classification of Diseases, 10th edition, (ICD-10), 7
relational categories in, 24t
relational problems in, 24–30
International Classification of Diseases, 11th edition, (ICD-11), 25
Internet, behavioral sample collection using, 152–53
Internet-based extramarital infidelity, 115
interpersonal psychotherapy (IPT), 74
Intille, S. S., 161
intimacy
decrease of, in relationship, 58
splitting of, 92
intimate adult relationships, disturbances in, 10, 13
intimate partner relationship distress, 19, 21, 23
anxiety in, 23
assessment tools for, 29
children and, 23
depression in, 23
diagnostic criteria for, 27
mortality with, 23
public health consequences in, 23
substance abuse in, 23
treatment for, 30
intimate partner violence (IPV), 12, 19, 73
assessment tools for, 28
BCT in, 75
CTS for, 105
death from, 22
diagnostic criteria for, 26
disease burden with, 22
laws against, 20
mental health disorders with, 22
negative physical health outcomes, 99
personality disorder traits and, 73
physical conditions with, 22
physical injury from, 22
predictive modeling of posttreatment, 108
PTSD and, 73
public health consequences in, 22
victimization and perpetration screening for, 28
against women, 20, 22
intimate relationship functioning
psychopathology and, 70–73
future directions and research in, 77–79
relationship behavior, 72–73
relationship quality, 70–72
involved-supportive parenting, in 5HTT interaction, 44
Item Characteristic Curves, on MSI-R, 149, 150f
Item Information Curves, on MSI-R, 149, 150f
Item Response Theory (IRT), 149–51
Iverson, A., 182
J
Jacobson, N., 177, 178, 179, 183, 186–88
James, P. S., 184, 185
Jameson, P. B., 167
Johnson, M. D., 71
Johnson, M. P., 99
Johnson, S. M., 177, 183, 184, 185, 235
Johnson, V., 83–84
Jose, A., 101
K
Kansas Marital Satisfaction Scale (KMSS), 133
Kaplan, H., 84
Kar, H. L., 102
Karpel, M. A., 139
Kashy, D. A., 158
Kaslow, F., 8
Kaslow, N., 9
Kategoriensystem für Partnerschaftliche Interaktion (Partner Interaction Coding System; KPI), 140
Kenny, D. A., 158, 165
Kiecolt-Glaser, J. K., 53
Kim, S., 47
Kinser, J. C., 171–72
Kogan, S. M., 2, 45
Krentz, H. B., 52
Kuijer, R. G., 56
Kupfer, D., 9
L
LaFollette, J. R., 3
Langer, A., 99 (p. 268)
Lannutti, P., 241
Larus, J. M., 181
LaTaillade, J. J., 236
Lawrence, E., 99
Lei, M. K., 45, 47
lesbian, gay, and bisexual (LGB), 241–42. See also lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender couples
lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) couples, 3, 242. See also minority stress
boundaries, ambiguous, 247
commitment, ambiguous, 247–48
community support, 245
families of choice, 244–45
family of origin support, 244
relational ambiguity, 246–47, 249–50
role of, 246–47, 249–50
self-psychology and, 251–52
idealizing function, 251–52
mirroring function, 251
twinship function, 252
social support establishment for, 244
lesbian/gay/bisexual/transgender/queer (LGBTQ) community, 117
Lester, G. W., 181
Lester, J., 161
Levant, R. F., 164
“levels-of-evidence,” 170–71
illustrative example of, 171–72, 172t
Levine, S., 85
Liddle, H. A., 164
Living in Family Environments (LIFE) coding system, 140
longevity/survival rates, marriage and, 53
longitudinal data models, in couple research, 158
Louie, G. H., 53
Lukkarinen, H., 58
Lukkarinen, O., 58
Lyons, K. S., 53
M
machine learning field, 161
Magana, C., 139
Makinen, J., 185
maltreatment, 13. See also children
Mangrum, L. F., 183
Margolin, G., 55, 177, 179
Marital Adjustment Test, 29
marital context, EMI and, 118
marital discord, physical aggression and, 97
marital distress, negative impact of, 1
Marital Instability Over the Life Course Study, 54
marital satisfaction, 104t
Marital Satisfaction Inventory, 27
Marital Satisfaction Inventory-Revised (MSI-R), 15, 133, 135, 142, 230
AGG scale of, 141–42
CNV scale on, 135
GDS subscale of, 142
Item Characteristic Curves on, 149, 150f
Item Information Curves on, 149, 150f
marital stressors, 73
Mark, K. P., 116
Marriage Checkup (MC), 215–16
marriages
commitment to make changes in, 104t
longevity/survival rates and, 53
of same-sex couples
as social support, 245
satisfying, 1
Martial Satisfaction Inventory, 29
Masters, W., 83–84
masturbation, compulsive, 92
McCarthy, B., 2, 85
McCollum, E. E., 107
McDonald, D., 85
McMahon, P. M., 96–97
McShall, J. R., 71
Mehl, M. R., 152–53
Meissner, W. W., 182
Menghi, P., 182
mental health
relationship functioning and, 2
relationship problems impact on, 20, 21f
mental health outcomes, research advancement in, 11
mental health providers, health care implications and, 62–63
mental status, in illness coping, 53
methylation, 46
study availability of, 47
Metz, M., 85
Milstein, B., 180
Mimiaga, M. J., 52
minority stress, 242–43
impact on couples, 243
interventions to work with, 243–44
history unpacking, 244
internalized negative belief reduction, 244
positive association establishment, 244
problem externalization, 243–44
mirroring function, 251
Mitchell, A. E., 212
Mitchell, V., 3
molecular genetics, 40–41
Monin, J. K, 60–61
mood disorders, 14
couple-based interventions for, 73–74
mortality, with intimate partner relationship distress, 23
Moss, Howard, 9
Multidimensional Measure of Emotional Abuse (MMEA), 136, 141
Murphy, C. M., 75, 108
MyExperience project, 157
N
Nahon, S., 53
National Alcohol Survey, 101
National Center for Injury Prevention and Control, 100
1985 National Family Violence Resurvey, 97, 102
National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE), 172–73
National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey, 102
nationality, 226
National Violence Against Women Survey (NVAWS), 99, 100, 102
natural language processing (NLP), 154–55
“negative sentiment override,” 136
neglect, problems related to, 25t
Neidig, P. H., 106
New Directions in Sex Therapy, 85
Nicolo-Congliano, A. M., 182
Nightingale, N. N., 100
“nonsyndromal” relational processes, 14
nonviolence conjoint treatment
for alcohol abuse, 107–8
for drug abuse, 107–8
O
obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), 76–77
Couple-Based CBT for, 76, 77
couple-based interventions for, 76–77
obstructive sleep apnea, CPAP adherence in, 57
O’Farrell, T. J., 75, 107–8
O’Leary, K. D., 2, 101, 102, 106
“one-night stands,” 114
Operations Enduring and Iraqi Freedom, 76
Oragene saliva kits, 43
ordinary least squares (OLS), 158, 159
Our Relationship, 218–19
P
Pagel, M., 179
Pape, K. T., 100
parental monitoring
genotypes and, 41
lack of, 13, 14
parent-child relationship problem, 20. See also child-parent relational problem
parenting
difficulties, 19 (p. 269)
harsh, 5HTT hypermethylation in, 46
interventions
for caregiver-child relational problems, 23
effectiveness of, 12
involved-supportive, in 5HTT interaction, 44
permissive, 14
relationships, disturbances in, 13
same-sex couples and, 248–49
Parkinson’s disease, 53, 54, 59
Parra-Cardona, J. R., 235
partner, commitment to, 104t
partner aggression, 2, 96, 97. See also physical aggression; psychological aggression
assessment of, 103–5, 104t
treatment of, 105–8
Partner Interaction Coding System. See Kategoriensystem für Partnerschaftliche Interaktion
Partnership Questionnaire, 29
Pasch, L. A., 136
Patterson, Gerald, 177
pedophilia, 92
peer affiliation deviance
substance use in
DRD4 and, 44–45
Penn, C. E., 102
Pentland, A., 148
perceived criticism, 73
permissive parenting, 14
personality
EMI and, 117
in illness coping, 53–54
personality disorders
relationship functioning and, 71
personality disorder traits, IPV and, 73
Petch, J., 3
Philibert, R. A., 45, 47
physical abuse, 5HTT hypermethylation in, 46
physical aggression, 96, 97
alcohol abuse in, 104–5
drug abuse in, 104–5
impact of, 99, 101–2
marital discord and, 97
prevalence rates of
in clinic samples, 101
in community samples, 100–101
psychological aggression relationship between, 102–3
physical health
outcomes research advancement, 11
relationship problems impact on, 20, 21f
physical injury, from IPV, 22
physical punishment
in child maltreatment, 27
Pieczynski, J., 2
Piercy, F. P., 115
Pine, D., 9
pleasure, 85
“pleiotropic” model, 43
political affiliation, EMI and, 116
Porter, L. S., 56
posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), 2, 75–76
CBCT for, 75–76
couple-based interventions for, 75–76
EFCT for, 75
IPV and, 73
Present-Focused Cognitive-Behavioral Conjoint Therapy for, 76
relationship discord and, 70
SAT for, 75
Power of Two Online, 217–18
PREmarital Preparation and Relationship Enhancement (PREPARE), 194
Present-Focused Cognitive-Behavioral Conjoint Therapy, for PTSD, 76
Pretzer, J. L., 181
Prevention and Relationship Enhancement Program (PREP), 195, 228
preventive intervention, 12–13
Previti, D., 118
primary sexual dysfunction, 84
Prince, S. E., 188
Principles and Practice of Sex Therapy, 85
prostate cancer, sexual side effects of, 58
psychiatric disorders, relationship discord and, 70
psychobiosocial model, assessment and feedback of, 85–88
psychological aggression, 97–100
definition of, 96
impact of, 99–100
instrumental aggression versus, 98–99
physical aggression relationship between, 102–3
prevalence rates of
in clinic samples, 98
in community samples, 97–98
psychopathology
biological research advancement on, 10–11
couple-based interventions for treatment of, 73–77
anorexia nervosa, 77
mood disorders, 73–74
OCD, 76–77
PTSD, 75–76
substance use disorders, 74–75
intimate relationship functioning and
future directions and research in, 77–79
relationship problems increase in, 69–70
psychophysiological data
in couple research, 155–56
methods for acquiring
cardiovascular variables, 155
electrodermal responding, 155–56
salivary metabolites, 155, 156
Q
quality of life (QOL), 59, 60
low education level and, 53
Quality of Marriage Index, 104
R
race, 226
EMI and, 116–17
in illness coping, 52–53
racial discrimination, genotypes and, 41
rape, 92
Rapid Couples Interaction Scoring System (RCISS), 134, 139
Ravenstorf, D., 179
Reed, Geoffrey, 10
Reise, S. P., 151
Reiss, David, 8
relational diagnosis movement, failure of, 8
relational frame theory (RFT), 212–13
relational problem codes. See relational diagnosis
relational problems. See also caregiver-child relational problems; children, maltreatment of; intimate partner relationship distress; intimate partner violence
assessment of, in classification systems, 23–26
assessment tools for, 28–30
diagnostic criteria for, 26–28
higher profiling of, 10
public health consequences of, 21–23
relational processes
biological impact of, 10–11
on genetically conditioned effects, 10
“Relational Processes and DSM-5: Neuroscience, Assessment, Prevention, and Treatment”, 9
relational risk factors, specification improvement of, 14–15
relational syndromes
diagnostic symptom set specification improvement for, 14
relationship risk factors and, 13–14
relationship adjustment, 70
Relationship Attribution Measure (RAM), 136, 142
relationship behavior
communication ad interpersonal processes, 72–73
marital stressors, 73
Relationship Belief Inventory, 136
relationship discord, 70
relationship distress, as category or continua, 15–16
relationship dysfunction
classification of, 2
definition of, 2
relationship education programs, 3 (p. 270)
Relationship Enhancement (RE) program, 195
RELATionship Evaluation (RELATE), 194, 196
relationship functioning
mental health and, 2
personality disorders and, 71
reciprocal effects of, 2
relationship health promotion, 210
early intervention accessibility, 215–19
Our Relationship, 218–19
Power of Two Online, 217–18
web-based relationship health programs, 216–19
tertiary interventions improvement, 211–14
IOCT, 211–12
relationship instability, income and, 52
relationship quality
adjustment measures in, 70
in disease course, 54–55
disease course and, 52f
disease factors influence on, 57–59
intimacy decrease, 58
role changing, 58–59
longitudinal studies, 71–72
satisfaction measures in, 70
Relationship Quality Interview (RQI), 139
relationship satisfaction, 104
relationship status, in disease course, 54–55
religion, in illness coping, 53
religiosity, EMI and, 116
“resilience” model, 42, 44–45
Risen, C., 85
RMICS. See Rapid Marital Interaction Coding System
RNA transcription, 46
Ro, E., 99
Robbins, M. L., 153
Robustelli, B. L., 2
Rogge, R. D., 29, 151
role change, in relationship, 58–59
romantic relationships, in health behavior, 51
Rosen, K. H., 107
Rubin, A., 106
S
Sabini, J., 115
Salis, K. L., 2
salivary metabolites, for psychophysiological data acquiring, 155, 156
Sallis, J. F., 161
Saltzman, L. E., 96–97
same-sex couples, 3. See also lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender couples
foundational premises about work with, 252–53
marriage of
as social support, 245
parenting and, 248–49
power division between, 248
psychological understanding and intervention, 250
role division between, 248
self-psychology and, 250–51
task division between, 248
Sandberg, J. G., 60
Sanders, M. R., 181, 182
Santisteban, D. A., 164
satisfaction, 85
Sautter, F. J., 75
Savage, D., 93
Sayers, S. L., 181
Scherer, K., 154
schizophrenia, 12, 14, 15
Schmaling, K. B., 178
Scholtz, W., 156
school engagement
substance use in, DRD4 and, 44–45
Schuler, T. A., 54
Schulz, R., 60
SCL6A4, 43
Seaburn, D., 61
Searight, H. R., 52
secondary sexual dysfunction, 84
secret sexual life, 92
self-defeating sexuality, 92–93
self-psychology
LGBT and, 251–52
same-sex couples and, 250–51
self-report data, in couple research, 149–51, 150f
serotonergic function level, 43
serotonin transporter (5HTT) gene, 43
depression and, 45
hypermethylation of, 46
randomized prevention trial designs and, 45
Sevier, M., 3, 188, 236
Sex Addicts Anonymous, 92
sex therapy, history of, 83–84
Sexton, T. L., 3, 166, 171–72, 174
sexual abuse
5HTT hypermethylation in, 46–47
of children, 27
sexual affairs, purely, 114
sexual behavior, risky
substance use in, 44
sexual desire, decline in, 58
sexual dysfunction, 2, 58
couple dysfunction and, 83
medicalization of, 84
primary, 84
psychobiosocial approach to, 85
secondary, 84
sexual infidelity, 114–15
emotional infidelity versus, 114–15
sexuality
biophysical model of, 84–85
destructive, 92–93
self-defeating, 92–93
sexual orientation, EMI and, 117
Shadish, W. R., 178
Shelley, G., 96–97
Sher, T. G., 59, 181
Shetty, V., 156
Sierra, J. C., 116
Simpson, L. E., 98, 101, 105, 106, 188
single-nucleotide tandem repeat polymorphisms (VNTRs), 40, 41, 43, 44
Slep, A. M. S., 26
Smith, D. B., 102
smoking, dopamine and, 44
Snyder, D. K., 3, 15, 114, 121, 139, 143, 182, 183, 212
Snyder, D., 177
social constraint, in illness coping, 62
social support
community establishment, 246
families of origin differentiation, 245–46
family of choice building, 245–46
in illness coping, 53
marriage question navigation, 246
same-sex marriage as, 245
Social Support Interaction Coding System (SSICS), 140
Society for Ambulatory Assessment, 156
socioeconomic status (SES)
African American youth and, 47
depression and, 47
“Socratic questioning,” 180
South, S. C., 71
Specific Affect Coding System (SPAFF), 140
spirituality, in illness coping, 53
Spouse-Aided Therapy (SAT), 74
spurious relationship, 21, 21f
Stephan, S. H., 75
Stets, J. E., 97
Stewart, B. J., 53
Stith, S. M., 102, 107
strategic approach therapy (SAT)
for PTSD, 75
stress
caregivers reduction of, 61
responses, 20–21, 21f
treatment adherence and, 57
Strong African American Families (SAAF), 45
Structured Clinical Interview for DSM Disorders (SCID), 27, 29 (p. 271)
Stuart, R., 177
substance dependence, 2
substance use
in African American youth
DRD4 and, 44–45
couple-based interventions for, 74–75
in intimate partner relationship distress, 23
serotonergic function level and, 43
in sexual behavior, 44
“sudden health,” 61
Sullivan, L. J., 182
Suls, J., 57
Support in Intimate Relationships Rating Scale (SIRRS), 142
Surveillance, Epidemiology, and End Results (SEER) data, 62
System for Coding Interactions in Dyads (SCID), 140
Systemic Sex Therapy, 85
T
Talitman, E., 185
Task Force on Family Diagnosis and Classification, 8
technology-facilitated observational coding methods, 153–54
text-mining methods, 161
therapy
androgen deprivation, 58
couple, 2–3
cultural considerations in, 3
for EMI, 121–22
couple sex
with nonmainstream partners, 92
processes, 88–89
dyadic, 103–4
family, 3
sex, history of, 83–84
Thigles, T., 2
Thum, Y. M., 188
Ting, L., 108
traditional behavioral couple therapy (TBCT), 177, 178–79, 189, 231, 236
for EMI, 123–24
trait-level neuroticism, 54
trauma-focused therapies, 114
treatment adherence, marital status and, 57
Trief, P. M., 57
Tritt, D., 102
Trivedi, R. B., 57
twinship function, 252
U
Uchino, B. N., 53
Uniting Couples (in the treatment of) Anorexia Nervosa (UCAN), 77
V
variant sexual arousal, 92, 93
Vera-Villarroel, P., 116
Verbal Tactics Coding Scheme (VTCS), 140
Vicon Revue, 152–53
Vietnam Veterans, CBCT for, 76
Vimas, 153
violence, intimate partner, 12
vocally encoded arousal, 157
Vos, T., 22
voyeurism, 92
W
wait-list control group, 184
Wald, L. M., 2
Waller, N. G., 151
Wamboldt, M., 9
Wampold, B. E., 167
Ward, D. B., 102
Ward, M. M., 53
web-based relationship health programs, 216–19
Weiss, R., 177
Westen, D., 165, 167
Western cultures, autonomy in, 52
Whisman, M. A., 2, 15, 27, 29, 54, 143, 179
Wiederman, M. W., 117
Wilhelm, F. H., 156
Wills, R., 177, 182, 183
Wimberly, J. D., 187
women, IPV against, 20, 22
Woodin, E. M., 106
Woods, S. J., 99
World Health Assembly, forty-third, 7
World Health Organization (WHO) Member States, 7
Worthington, C., 52
Wu, J., 57
Wynne, L., 8
Y
Yang, H., 54
Yi, J. C., 3, 124, 236
Yoon, J., 99
Yoshimoto, S. M., 53
Young, M. Y., 235
Yufik, T., 75
Z
Zamudio, A., 236
Zeenah, C., 9
Zubeidat, I., 116
Zuccarini, D. & Karos, L., 235 (p. 272)