Most cited CAMH paper joint #11 of 25: Long‐Term Outcomes of Incredible Years Parenting Program: Predictors of Adolescent Adjustment

Matt Kempen
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To celebrate the Child and Adolescent Mental Health journal’s 25th anniversary, we have released the 25 top cited articles of all time*! All papers are freely available online for you to read.

Number 11 is a tie! Jointly at 11 is…

Long‐Term Outcomes of Incredible Years Parenting Program: Predictors of Adolescent Adjustment
Carolyn Webster‐Stratton, Julie Rinaldi, Jamila M. Reid
First Published: 14 September 2010

Key Practitioner Message:

  • Positive outcomes from early intervention for children with conduct problems were mostly maintained 8–10 years later
  • Level of post‐treatment parent‐child coercion predicted adolescent outcomes
  • It may be important to reduce parent‐child coercion below a clinically significant threshold
  • In families where levels of parent‐child coercion are still high post‐treatment, further intervention may be warranted to prevent future problems

*as of December 2019

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