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Parent Education

Preventing and reducing alcohol and other drug use among high-risk youths by increasing family resilience
Knowlton Johnson, Denise D. Bryant, David A. Collins, Tim D. Noe, Ted N. Strader and Michael Berbaum

Preventing conduct problems in Head Start children: Strengthening parent competencies
Carolyn Webster-Stratton

Preventing conduct problems, promoting social competence: A parent and teacher training partnership in Head Start
Carolyn Webster-Stratton, M. Jamila Reid and Mary Hammond

Raising Great Kids, City of Cincinnati and Family Service of the Cincinnati Area Year 2000 - Twenty Four Parent Training Class, Evaluation Summary
Marilyn Steele, Consulting and Clinical Services, Los Angeles, CA 2001, 2002, 1999, 1998a, 1998b, 1997

Reducing alcohol and other drug use by strengthening community, family and youth resiliency: An evaluation of the Creating Lasting Connections program
K. Johnson, T. Strader, M. Berbaum, D. Bryant, G. Bucholtz, D. Collins and T. Noe

Risk moderation of parent and child outcomes in a preventive intervention: A test and replication
R. Spoth, C. Redmond, C. Shin, H. Lepper, K. Haggerty and M. Wall

SAFECO Final Project Report (1993-1996)
Parenting for Prevention, Seattle-King County DASAS

Strengthening America's families: Promising parenting strategies for delinquency prevention user's guide
Karol L.Kumpfer

The impact of a parent training program on inner-city African-American families
H.F. Myers, K.T. Alvy, A. Richardson, M.A. Arrington, M. Marigna, R. Huff, M. Main and M. Newcomb

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