The normative data for the FAM-III came from the analysis of 247 normal adults and 65 normal adolescents. Descriptive statistics for various clinical samples are provided in the manual.
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Profile Reports graphically display T-scores for the scales and subscales, and a list of item responses. Narratives that explain the meaning of the scores obtained are included for FAM-III reports.
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General Scale Report
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Harvey A. Skinner, Ph.D.
Skinner received his Ph.D. in Psychology from the University of Western Ontario in 1975. He is a Registered Psychologist in Ontario and a certified trainer in Motivational Interviewing. Dr. Skinner has broad experience in behavior change and organizational improvement, and regularly leads workshops on lowering resistance and enhancing motivation for change at individual and organizational levels.
Dr. Skinner is the author or co-author of 7 books, over 100 articles, and various assessment instruments. Three of his instruments are widely used internationally for the assessment of alcohol dependence (ADS: Alcohol Dependence Scale), the detection of drug problems (DAST: Drug Abuse Screening Test), and assessment of family functioning (FAM: Family Assessment Measure).
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