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  • Current Studies

    • Engaging Low-Income Caregivers in Preventive Interventions for Conduct Problems
      The goal of this series of studies is to examine pathways between family risk factors, caregiver beliefs, and engagement in evidence-based preventive-interventions for low-income families with children at-risk for early-onset conduct problems. Study activities include conducting a prospective study to identify barriers and facilitators to parent engagement and conducting a randomized trial of the Family Check Up as a motivation-enhancing pre-intervention for increasing attendance and participation in an empirically-supported prevention program for families (i.e., the Incredible Years Parenting Series). National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH)
      Principal Investigator:Stephanie Shepard-Umaschi, PhD