Research database

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Anderson, K. E. (2018). Parenting behaviors during adolescence and associations with emerging adult educational attainment and mental health [Doctoral dissertation, University of Oregon].
Model(s) reviewed: Family Check-Up® For Children
Rating: Does not pass screens
Becker, S. J., Marceau, K., Hernandez, L., & Spirito, A. (2019). Is it selection or socialization? Disentangling peer influences on heavy drinking and marijuana use among adolescents whose parents received brief interventions. Substance Abuse: Research and Treatment13, https://doi.org/10.1177/1178221819852644
Model(s) reviewed: Family Check-Up® For Children
Rating: Does not pass screens
Berkel, C., Smith, J. D., Fu, E., Bruening, M., & Dishion, T. (2019). The Family Check–Up 4 Health: A health maintenance approach to improve nutrition and prevent early childhood obesity. Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior51(7), S23.
Model(s) reviewed: Family Check-Up® For Children
Rating: Does not pass screens
Borden, L. A. (2013). Project arches: An evaluation of a modified family check-up intervention in an assessment setting (Doctoral dissertation, University of Missouri—Columbia).
Model(s) reviewed: Family Check-Up® For Children
Rating: Does not pass screens
Brennan, L. M., Shaw, D. S., Dishion, T. J., & Wilson, M. (2012). Longitudinal predictors of school-age academic achievement: Unique contributions of toddler-age aggression, oppositionality, inattention, and hyperactivity. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology, 40(8), 1289–1300.
Model(s) reviewed: Family Check-Up® For Children
Rating: Low

Brennan, L. M., Shelleby, E. C., Shaw, D. S., Gardner, F., Dishion, T. J., & Wilson, M. (2013). Indirect effects of the family check-Up on school-age academic achievement through improvements in parenting in early childhood. Journal of Educational Psychology, 105(3), 762.

Model(s) reviewed: Family Check-Up® For Children
Rating: Moderate
Bustos, C. E. (2011). Parent experiences of a family-centered intervention: Examining ethnocultural group differences (Doctoral dissertation, University of Oregon).
Model(s) reviewed: Family Check-Up® For Children
Rating: Does not pass screens
Caruthers, A. S., Van Ryzin, M. J., & Dishion, T. J. (2014). Preventing high-risk sexual behavior in early adulthood with family interventions in adolescence: Outcomes and developmental processes. Prevention Science, 15(1), 59–69.
Model(s) reviewed: Family Check-Up® For Children
Rating: Does not pass screens
Chang, H., Shaw, D. S., Dishion, T. J., Gardner, F., & Wilson, M. N. (2014). Direct and indirect effects of the family check-up on self-regulation from toddlerhood to early school-age. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology, 42(7), 1117–1128.
Model(s) reviewed: Family Check-Up® For Children
Rating: Low

Chang, H., Shaw, D. S., Dishion, T. J., Gardner, F., & Wilson, M. N. (2015). Proactive parenting and children's effortful control: Mediating role of language and indirect intervention effects. Social Development, 24(1), 206-223.

Model(s) reviewed: Family Check-Up® For Children
Rating: High