Bibliography: Flores, N., Supan, J., Kreutzer, C., Samson, A., Coffey, D., & Javier, J. (2015). Prevention of Filipino Youth Behavioral Health Disparities: Identifying Barriers and Facilitators to Participating in "Incredible Years," an Evidence-Based Parenting Intervention, Los Angeles, California, 2012. Preventing Chronic Disease, 12(178). http://dx.doi.org/10.5888.pcd12.150186Read more
Valencia, F., Urbiola, E., Romero-González, M., Navas, I., Elías, M., Garriz, A., Ramírez, A., and Villalta, L. (2021). Protocol for a randomized pilot study (FIRST STEPS): implementation of the Incredible Years-ASLD® program in Spanish children with autism and preterm children with communication and/or socialization difficulties. Trials 22, 291. https://doi.org/10.1186/s13063-021-05229-1 Abstract Having access.Read more
Year: 2014 Bibliography: Silva, I., & Gaspar, M. Supporting Portuguese residential child care staff: An exploratory study with the Incredible Years Basic Parent Programme. Psychosocial Intervention, 2014. 23, 33-41. Authors: Silva, Gaspar DOI:10.5093/in2014a4 [spacer]Read more
AbstractChildren in residential care have experienced high levels of social, emotional and behavioral difficulties and behaviour control by staff is an issue.
Abstract Purpose: To compare the characteristics of parents and children recruited for two randomised-controlled trials (RCTs) of parenting support in disadvantaged communities in Wales in order to explore the effects of community-based vs individual-based targeting in early prevention. Design/methodology/approach: Parents from high-risk disadvantaged communities in Wales, where additional early intervention.Read more
Gardner, F., Leijten, P., Melendez-Torres, G.J, Landau, S., Harris, V., Mann, J., Beecham, J., Hutchings, J., Scott, S. (2018). The Earlier the Better? Individual Participant Data and Traditional Meta-analysis of Age Effects of Parenting Interventions. Child Development 90(1):7-19 https://doi.org/10.1111/cdev.13138 Abstract Strong arguments have been made for early intervention for child problems, stating that.Read more