An Experimental Evaluation of the All Stars Prevention Curriculum in a Community After School Setting

  title={An Experimental Evaluation of the All Stars Prevention Curriculum in a Community After School Setting},
  author={Denise C Gottfredson and Amanda Brown Cross and Denise M. Wilson and Melissa Lynn Rorie and Nadine M Connell},
  journal={Prevention Science},
This study tested the effectiveness of a prevention curriculum, All Stars, as implemented in a year-long school-based after school program and provides an independent replication of the effects of All Stars on targeted mediators and problem behaviors using an experimental methodology. Middle school students (N = 447) who registered for the after school program were randomly assigned to the experimental or control condition. The sample included approximately equal proportions of males and… CONTINUE READING

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