Parent-child interaction therapy for Mexican Americans: results of a pilot randomized clinical trial at follow-up.

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We examined treatment effects over a 6- to 24-month period posttreatment for 3 different interventions for externalizing behavior problems in young Mexican American (MA) children: a culturally modified version of Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT), called Guiando a Niños Activos (GANA), standard PCIT, and treatment as usual (TAU). Fifty-eight MA… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.beth.2011.11.001

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@article{McCabe2012ParentchildIT, title={Parent-child interaction therapy for Mexican Americans: results of a pilot randomized clinical trial at follow-up.}, author={Kristen M. McCabe and May Yeh and Anna S. Lau and Carolina Bertely Argote}, journal={Behavior therapy}, year={2012}, volume={43 3}, pages={606-18} }