Reducing Child Conduct Problems and Promoting Social Skills in a Middle-Income Country: Cluster Randomised Controlled Trial

photoThis study is the first in a middle-income country to show that training teachers in classroom behaviour management and social skill promotion can lead to significant and clinically important reductions in child conduct problems and increases in social skills among pre-school children with antisocial behaviour. Benefits were demonstrated by direct observation as well as by teacher and parent report.

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Year: 2012
Bibliography: Baker-Henningham, H., Scott, S., Jones, K., and Walker, S. British Journal of Psychiatry. 2012. DOI: 10.1192/bjp.bp.111.096834.
Authors: Baker-Henningham, Scott, Jones, Walker,