Jennifer Bailey is a nurse working in DES MOINES,IA. As a nurse, Jennifer works in the healthcare sector, interacting directly with patients to ensure that they receive quality care, understand physician instructions, and have access to the services needed to maintain optimal health. Jennifer holds an active license to practice, and continues to take an all-encompassing role in supporting a patient's wellbeing.
- Assessing nontraditional couples: validity of the marital satisfaction inventory--revised with gay, lesbian, and cohabiting heterosexual couples.
- Utility of the Spanish translation of the Marital Satisfaction Inventory-Revised in Spain.
- A cross-national comparison of Mexican and Mexican American couples using the Marital Satisfaction Inventory-Revised (Spanish).
- An integrative intervention for promoting recovery from extramarital affairs.
- Methodology in family science: introduction to the special issue.
- Analyzing nonindependent outcomes in couple therapy using the actor-partner interdependence model.
- Treating couples recovering from infidelity: an integrative approach.
- Treating infidelity: clinical and ethical directions.
- Evidence-based approaches to assessing couple distress.
- Assessing family-of-origin functioning in Mexican American adults: retrospective application of the family environment scale.
- Sexual infidelity in a national survey of American women: differences in prevalence and correlates as a function of method of assessment.
- Predictors of intimacy in couples' discussions of relationship injuries: an observational study.
- Is marital discord taxonic and can taxonic status be assessed reliably? Results from a national, representative sample of married couples.
- Assessing disharmony and disaffection in intimate relationships: Revision of the Marital Satisfaction Inventory factor scales.
- Screening for marital and relationship discord.
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