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Potential roles of parental self-efficacy in parent and child adjustment: a review.
This review examines the potential roles of parental self-efficacy (PSE) in parent and child adjustment and the role of parental cognitions in understanding behaviors and emotions within families.Expand
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Treatment fidelity in outcome studies
Abstract Fidelity of treatment in outcome research refers to confirmation that the manipulation of the independent variable occurred as planned. Verification of fidelity is needed to ensure thatExpand
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Multivariate assessment of conflict in distressed and nondistressed mother-adolescent dyads.
A battery of measures was used to assess conflict between mothers and young adolescents (females and males, 11 to 15 years of age). Two groups of families, one composed of a distressed clinicalExpand
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Home Chaos: Sociodemographic, Parenting, Interactional, and Child Correlates
We conducted 2 studies to (a) establish the usefulness of the construct of home chaos, (b) investigate its correlates, and (c) determine the validity of the Confusion, Hubbub, and Order Scale (CHAOS)Expand
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Coping and adjustment during childhood and adolescence.
This paper reviews research published within the last 10 years on child and adolescent strategies for coping with commonly occurring stressors in nonclinical populations and the relationship of theseExpand
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School Bonding in Children and Adolescents: Conceptualization, Assessment, and Associated Variables
  • S. Maddox, R. Prinz
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Clinical child and family psychology review
  • 1 March 2003
School bonding refers to the “connections” that youth have with their schools and various aspects of their academic lives. School bonding may be an important concept in prevention because it has beenExpand
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Addendum to “Population-Based Prevention of Child Maltreatment: The U.S. Triple P System Population Trial”
A previous article published several years ago (Prinz et al. Prevention Science, 10, 1–12, 2009) described the main results of a place-randomized-design study focused on the prevention ofExpand
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Measurement of parental discipline and nurturance.
This paper reviews the measurement of parental discipline and nurturance over the past 20 years. Discipline and nurturance are two of the most heavily referenced constructs in the parenting researchExpand
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Family-based treatment for childhood antisocial behavior: experimental influences on dropout and engagement.
Antisocial behavior in childhood and adolescence is an unquestionably serious problem for society. Family-based treatments are promising but face the challenging obstacle of premature parentalExpand
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Engagement in Child and Adolescent Treatment: The Role of Parental Cognitions and Attributions
Parental engagement in the treatment process is influenced by parents' beliefs about the cause of their children's problems, perceptions about their ability to handle such problems, and expectationsExpand
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