Parent Management Training and Asperger Syndrome

@article{Sofronoff2004ParentMT,
  title={Parent Management Training and Asperger Syndrome},
  author={Kate Sofronoff and Anthony Leslie and Wendy Brown},
  journal={Autism},
  year={2004},
  volume={8},
  pages={301 - 317}
}
This controlled trial of a parent management intervention aimed to increase parental competence in management of problem behaviours associated with Asperger syndrome. The intervention compared two formats, a 1 day workshop and six individual sessions. Measures were taken on three occasions: pre-intervention, at 4 weeks, and at 3 month follow-up. Variables of interest were number and intensity of problem behaviours, and parent evaluation of social interaction skills. Results showed parents… 

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