The transportability of multisystemic therapy to Sweden: short-term results from a randomized trial of conduct-disordered youths.

@article{Sundell2008TheTO,
  title={The transportability of multisystemic therapy to Sweden: short-term results from a randomized trial of conduct-disordered youths.},
  author={Knut Sundell and Kjell Hansson and Cecilia Andr{\'e}e L{\"o}fholm and Tina Olsson and Lars-Henry Gustle and Christina Kadesj{\"o}},
  journal={Journal of family psychology : JFP : journal of the Division of Family Psychology of the American Psychological Association},
  year={2008},
  volume={22 4},
  pages={550-60}
}
This randomized clinical trial assessed the effectiveness of multisystemic therapy (MST) for 156 youths who met the diagnostic criteria for conduct disorder. Sweden's 3 largest cities and 1 small town served as the recruiting area for the study. A mixed factorial design was used, with random allocation between MST and treatment as usual groups. Assessments were conducted at intake and 7 months after referral. With an intention-to-treat approach, results from multiagent and multimethod… CONTINUE READING

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