Shannon Tucker

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The effectiveness of a parent training program for promoting positive parent-child relationships was examined among families of 2-year-olds. Forty-six mothers and fathers and their toddlers were assigned to either an intervention or comparison group. Intervention group parents participated in a 10-week program that focused on principles for effectively(More)
The effectiveness of a behavioral parent training (BPT) intervention for improving maternal self-efficacy, maternal stress, and the quality of mother-toddler interactions has been demonstrated (Gross, Fogg, & Tucker, 1995). The 1-year follow-up of the 46 parents of toddlers (assigned to an intervention or comparison group) who participated in that study is(More)
Previous research has shown the Toddler Care Questionnaire (TCQ) to be a valid measure of parenting confidence among mothers of toddlers. However, there is no evidence demonstrating the validity of the TCQ among fathers of toddlers. The purposes of this study were to 1) examine the reliability and validity of the TCQ among fathers of 12- to 36-month old(More)
Findings are reported from a study on outcomes of a brief psychiatric inpatient treatment program (7-day average) for 67 patients with mood and anxiety disorders. Multiple outcomes measures were completed by patients, family members, and clinicians at admission, discharge, and 3 months after discharge. Findings included significant improvement from(More)
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