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Parent Training for Young Children With Developmental Disabilities: Randomized Controlled Trial

A randomized controlled trial was used to evaluate a parent training intervention for caregivers with preschool-age children with developmental disabilities. Results suggest that this parent training intervention was superior to usual care for young children with developmental delays or disabilities in reducing negative parent?child interactions and child behavior problems. Participants in the experimental group indicated high satisfaction with treatment.

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Year: 2008
Bibliography: McIntyre, L.L. Syracuse University. 2008. American Journal on Mental Retardation v.113, No.5: 356-368. doi: 10.1352/2008.113:356-368.
Authors: McIntyre, , , , 

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