• Corpus ID: 14248889

Homework Completion in Juvenile Justice Girls A Randomized Evaluation of Multidimensional Treatment Foster Care : Effects on School Attendance and

@inproceedings{Leve2007HomeworkCI,
  title={Homework Completion in Juvenile Justice Girls A Randomized Evaluation of Multidimensional Treatment Foster Care : Effects on School Attendance and},
  author={Leslie D. Leve and Patricia Chamberlain},
  year={2007}
}

Figures and Tables from this paper

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 44 REFERENCES

AMOS 5.0 user's guide. Chicago: SmallWaters

  • AMOS 5.0 user's guide. Chicago: SmallWaters
  • 2003

Intervention outcomes for girls referred from juvenile justice: effects on delinquency.

TLDR
Results of a randomized intervention trial for girls with chronic delinquency indicated that MTFC youth had a significantly greater reduction in the number of days spent in locked settings and in caregiver-reported delinquency and had 42% fewer criminal referrals than GC youth at the 12-month follow-up.

Parent observation and report of child symptoms.

Special Education Services for Girls with Serious Emotional Disturbance: A Case of Gender Bias?

Despite the fact that boys greatly outnumber girls in receiving services under the category Serious Emotional Disturbance (SED), the possibility of bias against girls with SED has received relatively

Female Juvenile Offenders: Defining an Early-Onset Pathway for Delinquency

We examined whether childhood factors predict age of first arrest in adolescent girls referred for placement and treatment for serious delinquency problems (N = 62). Measures included child

Longitudinal Research on Crime and Delinquency

Longitudinal research involves study, over time, of a group of people, or of samples from the same population, using records, interviews, or both. Studies which extend over a long period, which are

Physically Abused Preschoolers' Responses to Peers' Distress.

Response to peers' distress for which they were (target-caused) or were not (bystander) the cause were coded for 11 abused and nonabused preschoolers between the ages of 35 and 67 months. Each child

Mediational and deviance theories of late high school failure: Process roles of structural strains, academic competence, and general versus specific problem behavior.

Understanding and preventing high school failure is a national priority. Structural strain and general deviance theories attempt to explain late high school failure. The authors tested the hypotheses

Treating Chronic Juvenile Offenders: Advances Made Through the Oregon Multidimensional Treatment Foster Care Model

The Development of Antisocial Behaviour How is Theory Related to Interventions That Are Used and Practiced? Theory of Interventions, Evidence For Positive Effects and Barriers to Successful Treatment