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Webster-Stratton, C. 1982b. Teaching mothers through videotape modeling to change their children's behaviors. Journal of Pediatric Psychology 7(3):279-294.*

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Webster-Stratton, C. 1985. Predictors of treatment outcome in parent training for conduct-disordered children. Behavior Therapy 16:223-243.*

Webster-Stratton, C. 1989. Systematic comparison of consumer satisfaction of three cost-effective parent training programs for conduct-problem children. Behavior Therapy 20:103-115.*

Webster-Stratton, C. 1990a. Enhancing the effectiveness of self-administered videotape parent training for families with conduct-problem children. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology 18(5):479-492.*

Webster-Stratton, C. 1990b. Long-term followup of families with young conduct-problem children: From preschool to grade school. Journal of Clinical Child Psychology 19(2):144-149.*

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Webster-Stratton, C. 1994. Advancing -videotape parent training: A comparison study. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 62(3):583-593.*

Webster-Stratton, C. 1997. Early intervention for families of preschool children with conduct problems. In The Effectiveness of Early Intervention: Second Generation Research, edited by M.J. Guralnick. Baltimore, MD: Paul H. Brookes Company, pp. 429-454.

Webster-Stratton, C. 1998. Preventing conduct problems in Head Start children: Strengthening parent competencies. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 66:715-730.*

Webster-Stratton, C. 1999. How To Promote Children's Social and Emotional Competence. London, England: Paul Chapman Publishing.

Webster-Stratton, C., and Hammond, M. 1990. Predictors of treatment outcome in parent training for families with conduct-problem children. Behavior Therapy 21:319-337.*

Webster-Stratton, C., and Hammond, M. 1997. Treating children with early-onset conduct problems: A comparison of child and parent training interventions. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 65(1):93-109.*

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 Psychology and Family Psychology Review 1:101-124.

Webster-Stratton, C., and Herbert, M. 1994. Troubled Families—Problem Children: Working With Parents: A Collaborative Process. Chichester, England: Wiley and Sons.*

Webster-Stratton, C., Hollinsworth, T., and Kolpacoff, M. 1989. The long-term effectiveness and clinical significance of three cost-effective training programs for families with conduct-problem children. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 57(4):550-553.*

Webster-Stratton, C., Kolpacoff, M., and Hollinsworth, T. 1988. Self-administered videotape therapy for families with conduct-problem children: Comparison with two cost-effective treatments and a control group. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 56(4):558-566.*

Webster-Stratton, C. and Reid, M.J. 1999a. Effects of parent and teacher training in Head Start. Paper presented at the Advances in Substance Abuse Research, Washington, DC, December 6-8, 1999.

Webster-Stratton, C. and Reid, M.J. 1999b. Effects of teacher training in Head Start classrooms: Results of a randomized controlled evaluation. Paper presented at the Society for Prevention Research, New Orleans, LA, June 1999.

Webster-Stratton, C. and Reid, M.J. 1999c. Treating children with early-onset conduct problems: The importance of teacher training. Paper presented at the Association for the Advancement of Behavior Therapy, Toronto, Canada, November 1999.

* Indicates articles related to the description and evaluation of the Incredible Years Parents, Teachers, and Children Training Series.

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