The trajectory of fidelity in a multiyear trial of the family check-up predicts change in child problem behavior.

@article{Chiapa2015TheTO,
  title={The trajectory of fidelity in a multiyear trial of the family check-up predicts change in child problem behavior.},
  author={Amanda Chiapa and Justin D Smith and Hanjoe Kim and Thomas J. Dishion and Daniel S. Shaw and Melvin N. Wilson},
  journal={Journal of consulting and clinical psychology},
  year={2015},
  volume={83 5},
  pages={1006-11}
}
OBJECTIVE Therapist fidelity to evidence-based family interventions has consistently been linked to child and family outcomes. However, few studies have evaluated the potential ebb and flow of fidelity of therapists over time. We examined therapist drift in fidelity over 4 years in the context of a Family Check-Up prevention services in early childhood (ages 2-5 years). METHOD At age 2, families engaging in Women, Infants, and Children Nutritional Supplement Program services were randomized… CONTINUE READING
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