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Evaluating “Parent Project:” A multi-site inquiry
Family Science Review (2010)
  • Heidi E Stolz, University of Tennessee - Knoxville
  • L Vargas
  • L Clifford
  • H A Gaedt
  • C F Garcia
Abstract

This study evaluates Parent Project®, a parent education program for parents of at-risk adolescents. A logic model was created to highlight the relationship between program theory and measured constructs. Results comparing pre-workshop data with Week 10 data suggested significant increases in parent-reported parental support, parental behavioral control, and youth achievement, and significant decreases in youth antisocial behavior. Youth reported significant increases in maternal and paternal support and maternal behavioral control and significant decreases in antisocial behaviors.

Keywords
  • parent project,
  • evaluation
Publication Date
2010
Citation Information
Heidi E Stolz, L Vargas, L Clifford, H A Gaedt, et al.. "Evaluating “Parent Project:” A multi-site inquiry" Family Science Review Vol. 15 Iss. 1 (2010)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/heidi_stolz/3/