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ffectiveness of Interventions to Prevent Youth iolence

@inproceedings{Limbos2007ffectivenessOI,
  title={ffectiveness of Interventions to Prevent Youth iolence},
  author={ary Ann Limbos and Linda S. Chan and Curren W. Warf and Arlene Schneir and L. K. Iverson and Paul Shekelle and Michele D Kipke},
  year={2007}
}
ethods: A systematic review of the literature on the effectiveness of youth violence interventions was conducted. Interventions were categorized according to the level of the intervention: primary (implemented universally to prevent the onset of violence), secondary (implemented selectively with youth at increased risk for violence), and tertiary (focused on youth who had already engaged in violent behavior). An intervention was considered effective if one or more violence outcome indicators… Expand

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