Effects of different treatment lengths in cognitive behavioral interventions with aggressive boys
- John E. Lochman Ph.D.
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This study found that length of treatment had a significant effect on the outcome of cognitive behavioral treatment of aggressive boys. Using a quasi-experimental design, a longer eighteen session intervention produced more significant changes in classroom behavior than did a twelve session intervention.
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- Effects of different treatment lengths in cognitive behavioral interventions with aggressive boys
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