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(p. 149) Interpretation 

(p. 149) Interpretation
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(p. 149) Interpretation
Author(s):

Karen S. Budd

, Mary Connell

, and Jennifer R. Clark

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780195333602.003.0006
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date: 21 October 2019

Chapter 6 outlines and discusses the steps for integrating and interpreting data, taking into account the challenges inherent in conducting parenting capacity evaluations. The steps are to consider the referral questions; develop working hypotheses; consider supporting and contradictory data for working hypotheses; consider the reliability and validity of data; attend to inconsistencies, gaps, and limitations in data; consider the broader context of the family; and draw conclusions and make recommendations.

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