• By Dartington SRU
  • Posted on Wednesday 15th June, 2011
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Dosage

In the context of evidence-based programs, dosage may refer to the time spent in an intervention session, the number of sessions, or the overall duration of the program. Dosage is distinct from other components of implementation quality, such as fidelity to the core model or the quality of training received by program deliverers.…

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  • By Dartington SRU
  • Posted on Tuesday 07th June, 2011
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David Finkelhor

Is the Director of the Crimes against Children Research Center, Co-Director of the Family Research Laboratory and Professor of Sociology at the University of New Hampshire. He has been studying the problems of child victimization, child maltreatment and family violence since the 1970s. He recently conducted a large-scale national US study of violence and abuse providing robust empirical data on th…

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  • By Dartington SRU
  • Posted on Monday 04th April, 2011
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David Fergusson

is Professor at the Department of Psychological Medicine at the University of Otago, New Zealand. He is the founder and director of the Christchurch Health and Development Study, a cohort study that has followed 1,265 children from their birth in mid-1977 in the area around Christchurch, New Zealand, to the present day. He has published extensively on the pathways and consequences of drug use, men…

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  • By Dartington SRU
  • Posted on Monday 04th April, 2011
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Dunedin Multidisciplinary Health and Development Study

often referred to as the Dunedin Longitudinal Study, is a birth cohort study that continues to trace the health and development outcomes of over 1000 people born in 1972 and 1973 in Dunedin, New Zealand. The physical and mental of health of these individuals, along with a wide range of potential risk factors, are still being measured as these individuals near the fourth decade of life. The study h…

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  • By Dartington SRU
  • Posted on Friday 01st April, 2011
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Durham Connects

Durham Connects is a universal health visiting program being tested in North Carolina. A collaboration between Duke University and children’s services agencies, Durham Connects visits parents and babies in their own homes, undertakes health and development assessments of parent and child, and connecting the family with community supports.…

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  • By Dartington SRU
  • Posted on Monday 14th February, 2011
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Deviancy training

When peers reinforce each other for delinquent or aggressive talk or behavior resulting in increased problem behavior.…

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  • By Dartington SRU
  • Posted on Thursday 11th November, 2010
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DNA

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  • By Dartington SRU
  • Posted on Wednesday 22nd September, 2010
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Daniel Pine

He is a Chair of one of the Task Forces responsible for updating the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Health Disorders (DSM-V).…

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  • By Dartington SRU
  • Posted on Wednesday 22nd September, 2010
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David Kumpfer

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  • By Dartington SRU
  • Posted on Tuesday 21st September, 2010
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Darrel Regier

His the Task Force Vice-Chair for the Development of the upcoming fifth edition of the American Psychiatric Association’s Diagnostic and Statistical Manual (DSM-V).…

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