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A cognitive–behavioural parenting intervention reduced problem behaviours in at-risk preschool children and improved parenting skills in socially disadvantaged families

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 Q Does a community-based cognitive–behavioural parenting intervention reduce problem behaviour in at-risk preschool children and improve parenting skills in families from socially disadvantaged areas?


Embedded ImageDesign:

randomised controlled trial.

Embedded ImageAllocation:

unclear concealment.

Embedded ImageBlinding:

blinded ({participants}* and data collectors).

Embedded ImageFollow-up period:

6 months.

Embedded ImageSetting:

11 Sure Start areas (ie, high risk, disadvantaged areas) in north and mid-Wales, UK.

Embedded ImageParticipants:

153 families from socially disadvantaged areas that had a 3-year-old or 4-year-old child (58% boys) who lived with the primary caregiver and was at risk for conduct disorder {Eyberg problem score ⩾11 or intensity score ⩾127}.*

Embedded ImageIntervention:

Webster-Stratton Incredible Years Basic Parenting Programme (n = 104) or waiting list (n = 49). The parenting intervention was …

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