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This paper describes evidence-based kernels, fundamental units of behavioral influence that appear to underlie effective prevention and treatment for children, adults, and families. A kernel is a behavior-influence procedure shown through experimental analysis to affect a specific behavior and that is indivisible in the sense that removing any of its components would render it inert. Existing evidence shows that a variety of kernels can influence behavior in context, and some evidence suggestsdoi:10.1007/s10567-008-0036-x pmid:18712600 pmcid:PMC2526125 fatcat:xhuxgy72qrdcpkfqpqopxsnfoi