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Art therapy research : a practical guide

By: Contributor(s): Publisher: New York, NY : Routledge, 2019Copyright date: ©2019Description: 1 online resourceISBN:
  • 9781315647081
  • 1315647087
  • 9781317296959
  • 1317296958
  • 9781317296942
  • 131729694X
  • 9781317296935
  • 1317296931
Subject(s): Genre/Form: LOC classification:
  • RC489.A7 A78 2019
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Contents:
How to Cite this Book and its Contents; Chapter 1 Introduction to Art Therapy Research; The Importance of Research; Factors Impacting the Growth of the Art Therapy Profession: How Research Can Help; How Research is Shaped by Government Agencies and Other Entities; Research Methods and Implications for Clinical Practice: A Closer Look; Guidelines for Choosing a Research Approach; Text Organization; References
Summary: Art Therapy Research is a clear and intuitive guide for educators, students, and practitioners on the procedures for conducting art therapy research. Presented using a balanced view of paradigms that reflect the pluralism of art therapy research, this exciting new resource offers clarity while maintaining the complexity of research approaches and considering the various epistemologies and their associated methods. This text brings research to life through the inclusion of sample experientials in every chapter and student worksheets, as well as a full chapter on report writing that includes a completed sample report. This comprehensive guide is essential reading for educators looking to further the application of learning outcomes such as teamwork, communication, and critical thinking in their practice.
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"Introduction to art therapy research -- Ethics and oversight in art therapy research -- Quantitative research methods in art therapy -- Qualitative research methods in art therapy (Theresa Van Lith) -- Arts-based research in art therapy (Jordan Potash) -- Mixed methods research in art therapy -- Assessment research in art therapy -- Designing and executing an art therapy research study."

Includes bibliographical references and index.

How to Cite this Book and its Contents; Chapter 1 Introduction to Art Therapy Research; The Importance of Research; Factors Impacting the Growth of the Art Therapy Profession: How Research Can Help; How Research is Shaped by Government Agencies and Other Entities; Research Methods and Implications for Clinical Practice: A Closer Look; Guidelines for Choosing a Research Approach; Text Organization; References

Chapter 2 Ethics and Oversight in Art Therapy ResearchFoundational Ethical Principles; Respect for Persons; Beneficence and Nonmaleficence; Justice; Vulnerable Populations; Fidelity; Creativity; Ethical Codes and Decision Making about Research; Decision-Making Models; Virtue Ethics; Ethical Use of Art in Art Therapy Research; Research Review Board Oversight; Summary; References; Chapter 3 Quantitative Research Methods in Art Therapy; Quantitative Research Concepts and Definitions; Variable; Hypothesis Testing; Sampling; Random Sampling; Stratified Random Sampling; Cluster Random Sampling

Purposive SamplingConvenience Sampling; Instrumentation; Quantitative Methods; Experimental Research; Internal Validity; Selection; History; Instrumentation; Experimenter Bias; Maturation; Attrition; Statistical Regression; External Validity; Reactivity; Order Effects; Interaction Effects; Research Designs; Pre-Experimental Designs; The One-Shot Case Study; One Group Pretest-Posttest Design; Static Group Comparison; True Experimental Designs; Pretest-Posttest Control Group Design; Control Group Posttest Only Design; Solomon 4-Group Design; Quasi-Experimental Designs

Nonrandomized Control Group Pretest-Posttest DesignTime-Series Designs; Single-Subject Designs; Factorial Designs; Non-Experimental Designs; Descriptive Survey Research; Correlational Research; Causal Comparative or Ex Post Facto; Quantitative Data Analysis: Introduction to Statistics; Numbers and Measurement; Descriptive Statistics; Measures of Central Tendency; Measures of Variability; Distribution of Data; Inferential Statistics; Probability; Common Statistical Tests; Summary; References; Chapter 4 Qualitative Research Methods in Art Therapy

Considerations in the Development of a Qualitative StudyQualitative Research Questions; Philosophical Assumptions; Paradigms; Postpositivism; Constructivism; Transformative; Pragmatism; Bricolage; Sampling, Participants, and Setting; Qualitative Research Designs; Case Study; Grounded Theory; Phenomenological Inquiry; Narrative Inquiry; Ethnography; Participatory Action Research; Data Collection; Interactive Forms of Data Collection; Interviews; Focus Groups; Textual-Based Forms of Data Collection; Open-Ended Questionnaires; Delphi Method Questionnaires; Naturalistic Forms of Data Collection

Art Therapy Research is a clear and intuitive guide for educators, students, and practitioners on the procedures for conducting art therapy research. Presented using a balanced view of paradigms that reflect the pluralism of art therapy research, this exciting new resource offers clarity while maintaining the complexity of research approaches and considering the various epistemologies and their associated methods. This text brings research to life through the inclusion of sample experientials in every chapter and student worksheets, as well as a full chapter on report writing that includes a completed sample report. This comprehensive guide is essential reading for educators looking to further the application of learning outcomes such as teamwork, communication, and critical thinking in their practice.

Donna J. Betts, PhD, ATR-BC, is the Clinical Research Advisor for Creative Forces™: NEA Military Healing Arts Network, an initiative of the National Endowment for the Arts in partnership with the U.S. Departments of Defense and Veterans Affairs and state and local arts agencies with administrative support provided by Americans for the Arts. Dr. Betts is an adjunct Associate Professor at the George Washington University Graduate Art Therapy Program. From 2015-2017 she was President of the American Art Therapy Association and presently serves on the Research Committee. An award-winning scholar, Dr. Betts has presented internationally on art therapy practice, policy, and research. Sarah P. Deaver, PhD, ATR-BC, HLM, is in private practice at The Psychotherapy Center in Norfolk, VA. She was appointed to the faculty of the Graduate Art Therapy and Counseling Program at Eastern Virginia Medical School in 1981, was its Research Director from 1996-2017, and was Professor from 2012-2018. Her clinical and research interests include assessment, visual journaling, and trauma informed art therapy. Dr. Deaver has been active in theAmerican Art Therapy Association (AATA) in numerous capacities and was its President from 2013-2015. In 2014, the AATA recognized her as Distinguished Educator, and she was granted Honorary Life Membership in 2017.

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