Internet-based parent management training: a randomized controlled study.

  title={Internet-based parent management training: a randomized controlled study.},
  author={Pia Enebrink and Jens H{\"o}gstr{\"o}m and Martin David Forster and Ata Ghaderi},
  journal={Behaviour research and therapy},
  volume={50 4},
OBJECTIVE The current study evaluated the efficacy of an Internet-based parent-training program for children with conduct problems. Dose-response ratio and costs for the program were also considered. METHOD Parents of 104 children (aged 3-12 years) were randomly allocated to either parent training or a waitlist control condition. Diagnostic assessment was conducted at baseline and parent ratings of child externalizing behaviors and parent strategies were completed before and after treatment… CONTINUE READING
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