Advancing videotape parent training: a comparison study.

  title={Advancing videotape parent training: a comparison study.},
  author={Carolyn H. Webster-Stratton},
  journal={Journal of consulting and clinical psychology},
  volume={62 3},
This study examines the specific effects of adding a broader based, videotape treatment component (ADVANCE) to a basic videotape parent skills training program (GDVM). ADVANCE treatment trains parents to cope with interpersonal distress through improved communication, problem solving, and self-control skills. Seventy-eight families with a child diagnosed as oppositional-defiant or conduct-disordered were randomly assigned to either GDVM alone or GDVM plus ADVANCE. Parent reports of child… CONTINUE READING


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