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Research in Counseling: A 10-Year Review to Inform Practice
Journal of Counseling and Development (2011)
  • Dee Ray, University of North Texas
  • Darrell Hull, University of North Texas
  • Andi J Hacker, University of North Texas
  • Laura S Pace, University of North Texas
  • Karrie L Swan, University of North Texas
  • Sarah E Carlson, University of North Texas
  • Jeffrey M Sullivan, University of North Texas
Abstract

This study reviewed 4,457 articles from 1998 to 2007 in American Counseling Association division-affiliated journals to identify research articles published in counseling; 1,139 articles (25.6%) were quantitatively research based. The authors provide details related to quantitative research publications, including individual journal contribution to the research base, focus areas for research, and independent and dependent variables highlighted by researchers. One summary finding was that only 6% of counseling research articles explored effectiveness of counseling interventions.

Publication Date
Summer August, 2011
Citation Information
Dee Ray, Darrell Hull, Andi J Hacker, Laura S Pace, et al.. "Research in Counseling: A 10-Year Review to Inform Practice" Journal of Counseling and Development Vol. 89 Iss. 3 (2011)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/karrie_swan/4/