Participation patterns among Mexican-American parents enrolled in a universal intervention and their association with child externalizing outcomes.

@article{Mauricio2014ParticipationPA,
  title={Participation patterns among Mexican-American parents enrolled in a universal intervention and their association with child externalizing outcomes.},
  author={Anne M Mauricio and Jenn-Yun Tein and Nancy A. Gonzales and Roger E. Millsap and Larry E. Dumka and Cady Berkel},
  journal={American journal of community psychology},
  year={2014},
  volume={54 3-4},
  pages={370-83}
}
This study used growth mixture modeling to examine attendance trajectories among 292 Mexican-American primary female caregivers enrolled in a universal preventive intervention and the effects of health beliefs, participation intentions, cultural influences, and intervention group cohesion on trajectory group membership as well as trajectory group differences on a distal outcome, immediate posttest teacher report of child externalizing (T2). Results supported four trajectory groups-early… CONTINUE READING