Client Logs and Evaluation Projects Questionnaire

Description

Answer the following questions:

A.Answer the study questions for Chapter 8:

1.Describe what client logs are and how they may be used in evaluation projects.

2.Provide original examples of potential interval-contingent logs and event-contingent logs.

3.How can client logs be used to integrate quantitative and qualitative information?

4.How may practitioner logs be used to evaluation practice outcomes?

5.How can one enhance the reliability and validity of logs?

6.Write out a thoughtful question or comment about this chapter.

B.Answer the study questions for Chapter 9:

1.Distinguish between positive and negative reactivity in measurement.

2.How can one try and minimize reactivity?

3.Describe two ways one can try and increase reactivity in self-monitoring.

4.Describe two types of nonreactive measures.

5.Using a client target of interest to you, describe a realistic nonreactive measure you could use in practice evaluation.

6.Distinguish between behavior products, unobtrusive observations, and physical traces.

7. Using a client target of interest to you, describe a realistic behavioral product, unobtrusive observation or physical trace, you could use in practice evaluation.

8.Write out a thoughtful question or comment about this chapter.

C.Answer the study questions associated with Chapter 10of the textbook:

1.Describe any two considerations which need to go into selecting a measure.

2.How may your theoretical orientation impact your approach to measurement?

3. Complete the exercise found on pp. 253-254 for a target of interest to you. Be detailed.

4.Describe some advantages, and disadvantages of using multiple measures.

5.Distinguish between primary and second measures.

6.Describe any two guidelines for constructing a measurement package.

7.Write out a thoughtful question or comment about this chapter.