Evidence-based Prevention and Treatment

Article
Nov 2020

OBJECTIVE: To evaluate whether evidence-based depression prevention programs can be optimized by matching youth to interventions that address their psychosocial vulnerabilities. METHOD: This randomized controlled trial included 204 adolescents (M = 14.26 years, SD = 1.65; 56.4% fem...

Authors:

Young JF, Jones JD, Gallop R, Benas JS, Schueler CM, Garber J, Hankin BL

Article
Oct 2020

We recently transitioned from in-person delivery of a brief behavioral parent intervention to telepsychology delivery to meet families' needs during the COVID-19 pandemic. In this topical review, we describe how we used treatment fidelity as a guiding principle to orient adaptation...

Authors:

Fogler JM, Normand S, O'Dea N, Mautone JA, Featherston M, Power TJ, Nissley-Tsiopinis J

Article
May 2020

Young children from racial and ethnic minority backgrounds are at risk for poor sleep, yet few studies have tested behavioral interventions in diverse samples. This study tests factors that could contribute to associations between parenting skills and child sleep to inform interven...

Authors:

Daniel LC, Childress JL, Flannery JL, Weaver-Rogers S, Garcia WI, Bonilla-Santiago G, Williamson AA

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