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Early intervention for stealing: Interrupting the antisocial trajectory
This study investigated the effectiveness of the Triple P Programme to reduce stealing behaviour in three preadolescent children. Using behavioural monitoring and self-report questionnaires, outcome measures included stealing behaviour, parenting practices, parenting efficacy, and parental mental health. A measure of change was also included to identify change points in the therapeutic process. Results suggest that parent training is effective in the reduction of stealing behaviours, asdoi:10.26021/6081 fatcat:h6xte76randxvlbbbpiqwh2e6q