The article presents comments on research papers related to psychology. The article on grief counseling by D. G. Larson and W. T. Hoyt explores the research evidence of the negative characterization of grief counseling. But the findings are reported to be based on a student's unpublished dissertation. Two articles on couple therapy by authors S. D. Davis and F. P. Piercy explore the role of both common factors and specific therapeutic model interventions in couple therapy. It cites a framework to interpret and describe the development of change occurs across specific treatments. These papers require therapists to supplement development on helpful common factors with knowledge of some specific models of therapy.