What Latina Mothers Think of Evidence-Based Parenting Practices: A Qualitative Study of Treatment Acceptability

@inproceedings{Calzada2013WhatLM,
  title={What Latina Mothers Think of Evidence-Based Parenting Practices: A Qualitative Study of Treatment Acceptability},
  author={Esther J. Calzada and Sevan Basil and Yenny Fernandez},
  year={2013}
}
Abstract Parent training has great potential to alter the developmental trajectories of young Latino children with or at risk for behavior problems. However, traditional parent training programs may seem culturally irrelevant or inappropriate to Latino parents as they promote practices that are based on white, middle class standards. The current study of treatment acceptability used focus group and key informant interviewing methodology to investigate Latina mothers’ views on the causes of… CONTINUE READING
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