This research was supported by the NIH Institute of Nursing grant 5 R01 NR0I075-04.
Interactions of Mothers and Fathers with Conduct Problem Children: Comparison with a Nonclinic Group
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Public Health Nursing
Volume 6, Issue 4, pages 218–223, December 1989
How to Cite
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: 218–223. doi: 10.1111/j.1525-1446.1989.tb00600.x
The author is grateful to a number of people who assisted in extensive work related to data collection and data management: Joyce Aoyama, Ming Chen, Mary Kolpacoff, Don Goldstein, Lois Hancock, Doris Harkness, Pat Huckell, Terri Hollinsworth, Pal Loschen, Leslie Lee, and Kay Peters. Special appreciation goes to Mary Hammond for her statistical assistance. Finally, thanks to Barbara Hummel for careful preparation of the manuscript.
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