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Decoupling the relation between risk factors for conduct problems and the receipt of intervention services: Participation across multiple components of a prevention program

Publication ,  Journal Article
Nix, ; L, R; Pinderhughes, ; E, E; Bierman, ; L, K; Maples, ; J, J; Group, TCPPR
Published in: Journal of Community Psychology
2005

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Published In

Journal of Community Psychology

Publication Date

2005

Volume

36

Start / End Page

307 / 325

Related Subject Headings

  • United States
  • School Health Services
  • Risk Factors
  • Public Health
  • Patient Acceptance of Health Care
  • Minority Groups
  • Mental Disorders
  • Male
  • Humans
  • Female
 

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Nix, ., L, R., Pinderhughes, ., E, E., Bierman, ., L, K., … Group, T. C. P. P. R. (2005). Decoupling the relation between risk factors for conduct problems and the receipt of intervention services: Participation across multiple components of a prevention program. Journal of Community Psychology, 36, 307–325.
Nix, T., R. L, R. Pinderhughes, E. E, E. Bierman, K. L, K. Maples, J. J, and the Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group. “Decoupling the relation between risk factors for conduct problems and the receipt of intervention services: Participation across multiple components of a prevention program.” Journal of Community Psychology 36 (2005): 307–25.
Nix, L R, Pinderhughes, E E, Bierman, L K, Maples, J J, Group TCPPR. Decoupling the relation between risk factors for conduct problems and the receipt of intervention services: Participation across multiple components of a prevention program. Journal of Community Psychology. 2005;36:307–325.

Published In

Journal of Community Psychology

Publication Date

2005

Volume

36

Start / End Page

307 / 325

Related Subject Headings

  • United States
  • School Health Services
  • Risk Factors
  • Public Health
  • Patient Acceptance of Health Care
  • Minority Groups
  • Mental Disorders
  • Male
  • Humans
  • Female