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Parent Education

A controlled parenting skills outcome study examining individual differences and attendance effects
R. Spoth, C. Redmond, K. Haggerty, and T. Ward

A universal intervention for the prevention of substance abuse: Preparing for the drug-free years
Richard F. Catalano, Rick Kosterman, Kevin Haggerty, J. David Hawkins, and Richard L. Spoth

An examination of the social validity of a parent-training program
R. Forehand, K. Wells and D. Griest

DARE To Be You: A family-support, early prevention program
Jan Miller-Heyl, David MacPhee, and Janet J. Fritz

Effectiveness of a family skills training program for substance use prevention with inner city African-American families
G. Aktan, K.L. Kumpfer and C.W. Turner

Effects of a culturally appropriate Black parent training program on parental attitudes and practices, parental mental health and child behavior outcomes in inner-city Black families
K.T. Alvy, H.F. Myers, M.A. Arrington, Marigna, M. Richardson, R. Huff and M. Main

Effects of a preventive parent-training intervention on observed family interactions: Proximal outcomes from preparing for the drug free years
Rick Kosterman, J. David Hawkins, Richard Spoth, Kevin P. Haggerty and Kangmin Zhu

Effects of knowledge of social learning principles on enhancing treatment outcome and generalization in a parent-training program
R.J. McMahon, R.L. Forehand and D.L. Griest

Ethnic variations in personal social networks and parenting
David MacPhee, Janet Fritz, and Jan Miller-Heyl

Evaluation of the Families and Schools Together (FAST) Program in New Orleans - Summary of study and findings
Abt Associates

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