Bibliography: Hutchings, J., Griffith, N., Bywater, T., & Williams, M.E. (2016). Evaluating the Incredible Years Toddler Parenting Programme with parents of toddlers in disadvantaged (Flying Start) areas of Wales. Child: Care, Health and Development, 43(1), 104-113. doi:10.1111/ccd.12415
Background Early risk factors for poor child outcomes are well established,.
Year: in press Bibliography: Thompson, A., Herman, K.C., Stormont, M., Reinke, W.M., & Webster-Stratton, C. (in press). Impact of Incredible Years on teacher perceptions of parent involvement: A latent transition analysis. Journal of School Psychology. [spacer] Abstract The purpose of the present study was to examine the impact of the Incredible Years® Teacher Classroom Management (IY.Read more
Year: in press Bibliography: Herman, K.C., & Reinke, W.M. (in press). Improving teacher perceptions of parent involvement patterns: Findings from a group randomized trial. School Psychology Quarterly. [spacer] Abstract For children with the most serious and persistent academic and behavior problems, parent involvement in education, particularly teacher perceptions of involvement, is essential to avert their.Read more
Year: 2016 Bibliography: Sebra-Santos, M.J., Gaspar, M.F., Azevedo, A.F., Homem, T.C., Guerra, J., Martins, V., Leitão, S., Pimentel, M., Almeida, M., Moura-Ramos, M. (2016). Incredible Years parent training: What changes, for whom, how, for how long? Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology, 44, 93-104. DOI: 10.1016/j.appdev.2016.04.004. [spacer] Abstract The aims of this study were to examine the.Read more
Year: 2016 Bibliography: Javier, J., Prevention of Behavioral Problems in Filipino Youth with an Evidence-based Parenting Intervention: A Randomized Pilot Study in Churches. Submission to The American Journal of Preventive Medicine. Author: Javier [spacer] Abstract Introduction: Filipino youth have significant behavioral health disparities compared to non-Filipino youth. Delivering evidence-based parenting interventions in faith-based settings.Read more
Bibliography: McGilloway, S., NiMhaille, G., Bywater, T., Leckey, Y., Kelly, P., Furlong, M., Comiskey, C., O'Neill, D., & Donnelly, M. (2014). European Child & Adolescent Psychiatry. Reducing child conduct disordered behaviour and improving parent mental health in disadvantaged families: A 12-month follow-up and cost analysis of a parenting.Read more
Year: 2014 Bibliography: Silva, I., & Gaspar, M. Supporting Portuguese residential child care staff: An exploratory study with the Incredible Years Basic Parent Programme. Psychosocial Intervention, 2014. 23, 33-41. Authors: Silva, Gaspar DOI:10.5093/in2014a4 [spacer]Read more
AbstractChildren in residential care have experienced high levels of social, emotional and behavioral difficulties and behaviour control by staff is an issue.
Abstract Purpose: To compare the characteristics of parents and children recruited for two randomised-controlled trials (RCTs) of parenting support in disadvantaged communities in Wales in order to explore the effects of community-based vs individual-based targeting in early prevention. Design/methodology/approach: Parents from high-risk disadvantaged communities in Wales, where additional early intervention.Read more
Year: 2015 Bibliography: Pontoppidan, M., The effectiveness of the Incredible Years Parents and Babies Program as a universal prevention intervention for parents of infants in Denmark: study protocol for a pilot randomized controlled trial. Trials, 2015. 16(386). DOI: 10.1186/s13063-015-0859-y Authors: Pontoppidan [spacer] Abstract Background: Infancy is an important period in a child’s life, with rapid growth and.Read more
Year: 2016 Bibliography: Reinke, W.M., Herman, K.C., & Dong, N. (2016). The Incredible Years Teacher Classroom Management Program: Outcomes from a Group Randomized Trial. Manuscript submitted for publication. [spacer] Abstract This group randomized controlled trial (RCT) evaluated the efficacy of Incredible Years Teacher Classroom Management Program (IY TCM) on student social behavioral and academic outcomes among.Read more
Bibliography: Hansford, L., Sharkey, S., Edwards, V., Ukuomunne, O., Byford, S., Norwich, B., Logan, S., & Ford, T. (2015). Understanding influences on teachers' uptake and use of behavior management strategies within the STARS trial: process evaluation protocol for a randomised controlled trial. BMC Public Health (15)119. DOI 10.1186/s12889-015-1486-yRead more