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The Effects of Father Involvement in parent Training for Conduct Problem Children

Thirty families who received parent training for conduct-disorder children were divided into two groups, father-involved families and father-absent families. Immediately post-treatment both groups reported significant improvements in their children's behaviors. Behavioral data showed significant increases in mother praises and reductions in mother negative behaviors, child non-compliance and deviancy.

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Year: 2007
Bibliography: Webster-Stratton, C. 1984. Child Psychology and Psychiatry. 26 801-810.
Authors: Webster-Stratton, , , , 

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