Efficacy of Child Cognitive-Behavioral Interventions for Antisocial Behavior: A Meta-Analysis

@article{Bennett2000EfficacyOC,
  title={Efficacy of Child Cognitive-Behavioral Interventions for Antisocial Behavior: A Meta-Analysis},
  author={David S. Bennett and Theresa A. Gibbons},
  journal={Child \& Family Behavior Therapy},
  year={2000},
  volume={22},
  pages={1 - 15}
}
ABSTRACT The present meta-analysis reviewed 30 studies comparing child-based cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) for antisocial behavior with no-treatment, attention or wait-list control groups. The mean effect size d of CBT interventions was 0.48 (median = 0.26) unweighted and 0.23 weighted at post-treatment. The mean effect size at follow-up was 0.66 (median = 0.32) unweighted and 0.51 weighted. Hence, child-based CBT interventions have a small to moderate effect in decreasing antisocial… Expand
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