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What works for reducing problem behaviors in early childhood: Lessons from experimental evaluations

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This research brief synthesizes experimental evaluations of 50 programs. The evaluations assessed program impacts on externalizing behaviors and/or internalizing behaviors among children ages birth to five. Evaluations of twenty-six programs assessed externalizing behaviors exclusively; 23 program evaluations assessed both externalizing and internalizing behaviors; and one assessed internalizing behaviors exclusively. Most of the evaluations focused on preschool children, or those ages three to five. (author abstract)

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United States

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