Mother Perceptions and Mother-Child Interactions: Comparison of a Clinic-Referred and a Non-Clinic Group
It is important to determine in what ways families with conduct problem children who seek out clinic services differ from families with “normal” children in order to design successful treatment programs. More recently research has attempted to discern if parental behavior and reports are more potent than child behavior for differentiating between clinic and nonclinic families.
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