What Doesn’t Work for Whom? Exploring Heterogeneity in Responsiveness to the Family Check-Up in Early Childhood Using a Mixture Model Approach

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This study applied latent class analysis to a family-centered prevention trial in early childhood to identify subgroups of families with differential responsiveness to the Family Check-Up (FCU) intervention. The sample included 731 families with 2-year-olds randomized to the FCU or control condition and followed through age 5 with yearly follow-up… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s11121-017-0805-1

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@article{Pelham2017WhatDW, title={What Doesn’t Work for Whom? Exploring Heterogeneity in Responsiveness to the Family Check-Up in Early Childhood Using a Mixture Model Approach}, author={William E. Pelham and Thomas J. Dishion and Jenn-yun Tein and D. Shaw and Melvin N. Wilson}, journal={Prevention Science}, year={2017}, volume={18}, pages={911-922} }