Evidence-Based Assessment of Conduct Problems in Children and Adolescents

@article{McMahon2005EvidenceBasedAO,
  title={Evidence-Based Assessment of Conduct Problems in Children and Adolescents},
  author={Robert J. McMahon and Paul J. Frick},
  journal={Journal of Clinical Child \& Adolescent Psychology},
  year={2005},
  volume={34},
  pages={477 - 505}
}
  • R. McMahon, P. Frick
  • Published 2005
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of Clinical Child & Adolescent Psychology
This article provides a summary of research in 4 areas that have direct and important implications for evidence-based assessment of children and adolescents with conduct problems (CP): (a) the heterogeneity in types and severity of CP, (b) common comorbid conditions, (c) multiple risk factors associated with CP, and (d) multiple developmental pathways to CP. For each of these domains, we discuss implications for evidence-based assessment, present examples of specific measures that can aid in… Expand

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