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Executive Functions in Preschool Children with Aggressive Behavior: Impairments in Inhibitory Control
The question whether executive function (EF) deficits in children are associated with conduct problems remains controversial. Although the origins of aggressive behavior are to be found in earlyExpand
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Does Socioeconomic Status Matter? A Meta-Analysis on Parent Training Effectiveness for Disruptive Child Behavior
Disadvantaged family socioeconomic status (SES) is often assumed to diminish parent training program effectiveness. In examining effects of SES, influences of initial problem severity have beenExpand
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Effectiveness of the Incredible Years Parenting Program for Families with Socioeconomically Disadvantaged and Ethnic Minority Backgrounds
Families with socioeconomically disadvantaged and ethnic minority backgrounds are often hard to reach for the prevention and treatment of disruptive child behavior problems. We examined whether theExpand
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Sustained Effects of Incredible Years as a Preventive Intervention in Preschool Children with Conduct Problems
The present study evaluated preventive effects of the Incredible Years program for parents of preschool children who were at risk for a chronic pattern of conduct problems, in the Netherlands. In aExpand
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Bringing parenting interventions back to the future: How randomized microtrials may benefit parenting intervention efficacy
A novel approach is needed to promote the efficacy of parenting interventions designed to improve children's mental health. The proposed approach bridges developmental and intervention science toExpand
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Understanding Who Benefits from Parenting Interventions for Children’s Conduct Problems: an Integrative Data Analysis
Parenting interventions are an effective strategy to reduce children’s conduct problems. For some families, that is, not all families benefit equally. Individual trials tend to be underpowered andExpand
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Ethnic differences in problem perception: Immigrant mothers in a parenting intervention to reduce disruptive child behavior.
Ethnic minority families in Europe are underrepresented in mental health care-a profound problem for clinicians and policymakers. One reason for their underrepresentation seems that, on average,Expand
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Heart rate and skin conductance in four-year-old children with aggressive behavior
Autonomic underarousal, indicated by low heart rate (HR) and skin conductance level (SCL), is related to childhood aggression. However, results are inconsistent in preschoolers. We assessed HR, SCL,Expand
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Cross-Sectional Study into the Costs and Impact on Family Functioning of 4-Year-Old Children with Aggressive Behavior
Early-onset aggressive behavior is known for its negative developmental consequences, and the associated high costs for families, the health care system and wider society. Although the origins ofExpand
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Assessing performance of a randomized versus a non-randomized study design.
INTRODUCTION Randomization is the most optimal design for evaluating program-effectiveness. In practice, however, conducting a randomized controlled trial is not always feasible. For a non-randomizedExpand
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