Prevention of antisocial behaviour: Evaluation of an early intervention programme

@article{Braet2009PreventionOA,
  title={Prevention of antisocial behaviour: Evaluation of an early intervention programme},
  author={Caroline Braet and Thierry Meerschaert and Els Merlevede and Guy Bosmans and Karla Van Leeuwen and Wim De Mey},
  journal={European Journal of Developmental Psychology},
  year={2009},
  volume={6},
  pages={223 - 240}
}
The prognosis of children showing antisocial behaviour is not favourable. Longitudinal research shows a high level of stability of antisocial behaviour. The present study aims to evaluate an early intervention project to reduce antisocial behavioural problems in at-risk children (4 – 7 years). Parent Management Training (PMT) was chosen because it was evaluated as a promising intervention in previous research. The training is based on social learning principles and teaches parents to manage… Expand
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