Cochrane review: behavioural and cognitive-behavioural group-based parenting programmes for early-onset conduct problems in children aged 3 to 12 years (Review).

@article{Furlong2013CochraneRB,
  title={Cochrane review: behavioural and cognitive-behavioural group-based parenting programmes for early-onset conduct problems in children aged 3 to 12 years (Review).},
  author={Mairead Furlong and Sin{\'e}ad McGilloway and Tracey J. Bywater and Judy Hutchings and Susan M. Smith and Michael Donnelly},
  journal={Evidence-based child health : a Cochrane review journal},
  year={2013},
  volume={8 2},
  pages={
          318-692
        }
}
BACKGROUND Early-onset child conduct problems are common and costly. A large number of studies and some previous reviews have focused on behavioural and cognitive-behavioural group-based parenting interventions, but methodological limitations are commonplace and evidence for the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of these programmes has been unclear. OBJECTIVES To assess the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of behavioural and cognitive-behavioural group-based parenting programmes for… 
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