Risk as a moderator of the effects of prevention programs for children from divorced families: a six-year longitudinal study.

@article{DawsonMcClure2004RiskAA,
  title={Risk as a moderator of the effects of prevention programs for children from divorced families: a six-year longitudinal study.},
  author={Spring R Dawson-McClure and Irwin N. Sandler and Sharlene A. Wolchik and Roger E. Millsap},
  journal={Journal of abnormal child psychology},
  year={2004},
  volume={32 2},
  pages={175-90}
}
Program by risk interactions were assessed to evaluate whether the long-term effects of two preventive interventions for children from divorced families were moderated by baseline levels of risk. Six-year prospective relations between childhood (ages 9-12) and adolescence (ages 15-19) were examined in 68 children who comprised the control group of a randomized trial. Analyses indicated that two childhood variables predicted multiple adolescent outcomes: environmental stressors and externalizing… CONTINUE READING