CPPRGConduct Problems Prevention Research Group
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Of the studies we reviewed, CPPRG (2002) reported data from five sources, which exceeds the number of data sources reported by other studies included in this review.
Child characteristics, parent characteristics, the dynamics of the interaction between the parent and child, and how that relationship is influenced by economic, cultural, and social circumstances (Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group, CPPRG, 1992), all impinge on the development of children.
CPPRG, 1992), but such programs could be enhanced through a better understanding of how early academic and behavioral functioning are linked (McEvoy & Welker, 2000).