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Emotion Recognition Vignettes
Ribordy, Sheila C., 1988
Journal of Clinical Child Psychology, 17(4), 322-325

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Interpersonal problem solving in preschool and first grade: Developmental change and ecological validity
Youngstrom, Eric, 2000
Journal of Clinical Child Psychology, 29(4), 589-602

A longitudinal investigation into the correlation between interpersonal cognitive problem solving skills (ICPS), behavior problems and social competence, and developmental progress in children, based on a sample of 208 children in a Head Start center studied over 2 years, using the Preschool Interpersonal Problem Solving (PIPS) task

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Parenting Alliance Inventory
Abidin, Richard, March, 1995
Journal of Clinical Child Psychology, 24(1), 31-40

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Preventing conduct problems, promoting social competence: A parent and teacher training partnership in Head Start
Webster-Stratton, Carolyn, 2001
Journal of Clinical Child Psychology, 30(3), 283-302

A randomized study of the effectiveness of Incredible Years Parent and Teacher Training programs, used within Head Start programs, in reducing risk factors leading to delinquency

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Psychometric characteristics of the parenting scale in a Head Start population
Reitman, David, 2001
Journal of Clinical Child Psychology, 30(4), 514-524

An evaluation of the structure, reliability, construct and concurrent validity of the Parent Scale in less socioeconomically advantaged populations

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Social Anxiety Scale for Children (Rev. ed.)
La Greca, Annette M., March 1993
Journal of Clinical Child Psychology, 22(1), 17-27

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