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Measuring Change During Behavioral Parent Training Using the Parent Instruction-Giving Game with Youngsters (PIGGY): A Clinical Replication
Child & Family Behavior Therapy
  • David Reitman, Nova Southeastern University
  • Stephen D. A. Hupp
  • Gregory E. Everett
  • Keith D. Allen
  • Mary Lou Kelley
Document Type
Article
Publication Date
1-1-2011
Keywords
  • Behavioral Assessment,
  • Direct Observation,
  • Oppositional Defiant Disorder,
  • Parent Training
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Abstract
This is the second study to investigate the clinical use of the Parent-Instruction Game with Youngsters (PIGGY) which is a structured observation system derived from the Dyadic Parent-Child Interaction Coding System II (DPICS-II; Eyberg, Bessmer, Newcomb, Edwards, & Robinson, 1994) and the Behavior Coding System (BCS; Forehand & McMahon, 1981). In a previous study, the PIGGY demonstrated strong reliability and validity as well as clinical utility (Hupp, Reitman, Forde, Shriver, & Kelley, 2008). The present study is a replication of the previous research on clinical utility by using the PIGGY to monitor changes in parent and child behavior during and after behavioral parent training
DOI
10.1080/07317107.2011.623091
Citation Information
David Reitman, Stephen D. A. Hupp, Gregory E. Everett, Keith D. Allen, et al.. "Measuring Change During Behavioral Parent Training Using the Parent Instruction-Giving Game with Youngsters (PIGGY): A Clinical Replication" Child & Family Behavior Therapy Vol. 33 Iss. 4 (2011) p. 289 - 298 ISSN: 0731-7107
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/david-reitman/215/