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Medication and parent training in children with pervasive developmental disorders and serious behavior problems: Results from a randomized clinical trial.

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Authors
Michael G. Aman, Christopher J. McDougle, Lawrence Scahill, Benjamin L. Handen, L. Eugene Arnold, Cynthia R. Johnson, Kimberly A. Stigler, Karen E. Bearss, Eric M. Butter, Naomi B. Swiezy, D.D. Sukhodolsky, Y. Ramadan, S.L. Pozdol, Roumen N. Nikolov, Luc Lecavalier, Arlene E. Kohn, Kathleen Koenig, Jill A. Hollway, Patricia Korzekwa, Allison Gavaletz, James A. Mulick, Kristy L. Hall, James Dziura, Louise Ritz, Stacie Trollinger, Sunkyung Yu, Benedetto Vitiello, Ann Wagner
Title
Medication and parent training in children with pervasive developmental disorders and serious behavior problems: Results from a randomized clinical trial.
Journal
Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
Year
2009
Volume
48
Issue
12
Page(s)
pp. 1143-1154
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Abstract Link
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Publication Format
Journal Article
Efficacy Study/Review
Yes
Scientific Validity
Randomised Trial, Peer-Reviewed, Controlled Trial
Keywords
Adolescent / Secondary School Age, Anger/Aggression, Antipsychotics, Aripiprazole, Atypical, Autism, Behavioural Intervention, Challenging / Disruptive Behaviour, Child/Children, Combined Multi-Component Interventions, Intervention, Medication, Mental Health, Parent Led or Involved, Parent Training Programmes, Pre-School / Toddlers, Primary / Elementary School Age, Risperidone, Self Injurious Behaviour, Tantrum

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