Developing Evidence-Based Interventions for Foster Children: An Example of a Randomized Clinical Trial with Infants and Toddlers

@inproceedings{Dozier2006DevelopingEI,
  title={Developing Evidence-Based Interventions for Foster Children: An Example of a Randomized Clinical Trial with Infants and Toddlers},
  author={Mary G. Dozier and Elizabeth Peloso and Oliver Lindhiem and Megan Kathleen Gordon and Melissa Manni and Sandra B. Sep{\'u}lveda and John P. Ackerman and Annie Bernier and Seymour Levine},
  year={2006}
}
Children who enter foster care have usually experienced maltreatment as well as disruptions in relationships with primary caregivers. These children are at risk for a host of problematic outcomes. However, there are few evidence-based interventions that target foster children. This article presents preliminary data testing the effectiveness of an intervention, Attachment and Biobehavioral Catch-up, to target relationship formation in young children in the foster care system. Children were… CONTINUE READING
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