Related ReadingsSpitzer, A., Webster-Stratton, C., and Hollinsworth, T. 1991. Coping with conduct-problem children: Parents gaining knowledge and control. Journal of Clinical Child Psychology 20:413-427.*
Webster-Stratton, C. 1983. Conduct-disordered children: Recognition and assessment. Maternal and Child Nursing 8:330-335.
Webster-Stratton, C. 1983. Conduct disorders: Intervention approaches. Nurse Practitioner 8(5):23-34.
Webster-Stratton, C. 1985. Comparison of abusive and nonabusive families with conduct-disordered children. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry 55:59-69.
Webster-Stratton, C. 1985. Comparisons of behavior transactions between conduct-disordered children and their mothers in the clinic and at home. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology 13:169-184.
Webster-Stratton, C. 1985. Mother perceptions and mother-child interactions: Comparison of a clinic-referred and a nonclinic group. Journal of Clinical Child Psychology 14(4):334-339.
Webster-Stratton, C. 1988. Mothers' and fathers' perceptions of child deviance: Roles of parent and child behaviors and parent adjustment. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 56(6):909-915.
Webster-Stratton, C. 1989. The relationship of marital support, conflict and divorce to parent perceptions, behaviors and childhood conduct problems. Journal of Marriage and the Family 51:417-430.
Webster-Stratton, C. 1990. Predictors of treatment outcome in parent training for families with conduct-problem children. Behavior Therapy 21:319-337.*
Webster-Stratton, C. 1990. Stress: A potential disruption of parent perceptions and family interactions. Journal of Clinical Child Psychology 19(4):302-312.
Webster-Stratton, C. 1992. Individually administered videotape parent training: "Who benefits?" Cognitive Therapy and Research 16(1):31-35.*
Webster-Stratton, C. 1993. Strategies for helping families with young oppositional defiant or conduct-disordered children: The importance of home and school collaboration. School Psychology Review 22:437-457.
Webster-Stratton, C. 1993. What really happens in parent training? Behavior Modification 17(4):407-456.
Webster-Stratton, C. 1995. Preventing conduct problems in Head Start children: Short-term results of intervention. Paper presented at the Society for Research and Child Development.
Webster-Stratton, C. 1996. Early-onset conduct problems: Does gender make a difference? Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 64(3):540-551.
Webster-Stratton, C. 1996. Videotape modeling intervention programs for families of young children with oppositional defiant disorder or conduct disorder. In Psychosocial Treatment Research of Child and Adolescent Disorders: Empirically Based Strategies for Clinical Practice, edited by E.D. Hibbs and P.S. Jensen. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.*
Webster-Stratton, C. 1997. From parent training to community building. The Journal of Contemporary Human Services 78:156-171.*
Webster-Stratton, C. 1998. Parent training with low-income clients: Promoting parental engagement through a collaborative approach. In Child Abuse: A Handbook of Theory, Research and Treatment, edited by J.R. Lutzker. New York, NY: Plenum Press, pp. 183-210.*
Webster-Stratton, C., and Dahl, R. 1995. Conduct disorder. In Advanced Abnormal Child Psychology, edited by M. Herson and R.T. Ammerman. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, pp. 333-335.
Webster-Stratton, C., and Eyberg, S.M. 1982. Child temperament: Relationships with child behavior problems and parent-child interactions. Journal of Clinical Child Psychology 11(2):123-129.
Webster-Stratton, C., and Fjone, A. 1989. Interactions of mothers and fathers with conduct-problem children: Comparison with a nonclinic group. Public Health Nursing 6(4):218-223.
Webster-Stratton, C., and Hammond, M. 1988. Maternal depression and its relationship to life stress, perceptions of child behavior problems, parenting behaviors, and child conduct problems. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology 16(3):299-315.
Webster-Stratton, C., and Hammond, M. 1998. Conduct problems and level of social competence in Head Start children: Prevalence, pervasiveness, and associated risk factors. Clinical Child and Family Psychology Review 1:101-124.
Webster-Stratton, C., and Hammond, M. 1999. Marital conflict management skills, parenting style, and early-onset conflict problems: Processes and pathways. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 40(6):917-927.
Webster-Stratton, C., and Hancock, L. 1998. Parent training for young children with conduct problems: Content, methods, and therapeutic processes. In Handbook of Parent Training, edited by C.E. Schaefer. New York, NY: John Wiley & Sons.*
Webster-Stratton, C., and Hooven, C. 1998. Parent training for child conduct problems. In Comprehensive Clinical Psychology, edited by T. Ollendick. Oxford, England: Elsevier Science. pp. 186-219.
Webster-Stratton, C., and Spitzer, A. 1991. Development, reliability, and validity of the daily telephone discipline interview. Behavioral Assessment 13:221-239.
Webster-Stratton, C., and Taylor, E.T. 1998. Adopting and disseminating empirically validated intervention: A recipe for success. In Parenting, Schooling, and Children's Behavior, edited by A. Buchanan. Aldershot, England: Ashgate.
Webster-Stratton, C., and Woolley, D. 1999. Social competence and early-onset conduct problems: Issues in assessment. Journal of Clinical Child Psychology 28:25-93.
Whipple, E., and Webster-Stratton, C. 1991. The role of parental stress in physically abusive families. Child Abuse and Neglect 15:279-291.
* Indicates articles related to the description and evaluation of the Incredible Years Parents, Teachers, and Children Training Series.