1. Program Evaluation: An Overview 2. Planning an Evaluation 3. Developing and Using a Theory of the Program 4. Developing Measures of Implementation and Outcomes 5. Ethics in Program Evaluation 6. The Assessment of Need 7. Monitoring the Implementation and Operation of Programs 8. Qualitative Evaluation Methods 9. Outcome Evaluations with One Group 10. Quasi-Experimental Approaches to Outcome Evaluation 11. Using Experiments to Evaluate Programs 12. Analyses of Costs and Outcomes 13. Evaluation Reports: Interpreting and Communicating Findings
Emil J. Posavac is Professor Emeritus of Psychology at Loyola University of Chicago where he served as director of the Applied Social Psychology Graduate Program and chairman of the Psychology Department. He has published over sixty papers and chapters, edited or co-edited six volumes on program evaluation and applied social psychology, and written numerous evaluation reports for health care and educational institutions. Since retirement he has taught at the University of Rochester (Simon Graduate School of Business), Rochester Institute of Technology, and Trevecca Nazarene University.