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Systematic Comparison of Consumer Satisfaction of Three Cost-Effective Parent Training Programs for Conduct Problem Children

This study compares consumer satisfaction of three cost-effective methods for training parents of conduct problem children. Seventy-nine mothers and 52 fathers completed weekly evaluations and extensive one-month post treatment evaluations. One year later 84 percent of the mothers and 75 percent of the father completed the consumer follow-up evaluation.

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Year: 2007
Bibliography: Webster-Stratton, C. 1989. Behavior Therapy. 20. 103-115.
Authors: Webster-Stratton, , , , 

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