Findings on Disruptive Behavior Disorders from the First Decade of the Developmental Trends Study

@article{Loeber2000FindingsOD,
  title={Findings on Disruptive Behavior Disorders from the First Decade of the Developmental Trends Study},
  author={Rolf Loeber and Stephanie M. Green and Benjamin B. Lahey and Paul J Frick and Keith Mcburnett},
  journal={Clinical Child and Family Psychology Review},
  year={2000},
  volume={3},
  pages={37-60}
}
The paper summarizes the first decade of the Developmental Trends Study, a prospective longitudinal study of 177 boys. Initially, they were referred to mental health clinics in Pennsylvania (Pittsburgh), and Georgia (Athens and Atlanta). Since 1987, the boys, their parents, and their teachers have been followed up almost annually. The study is unique because the cooperation rate of participants has remained very high over the years, psychiatric diagnoses were derived from structured interviews… CONTINUE READING

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