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Predictors of Change for Parents Who Perceive Improvement in Their Family Functioning Following a Parent-Training Program
The purpose of the present study was to determine if perceptions of improved family functioning following a behavioral parenting program could be predicted by educational background, income, and pretest knowledge of behavioral principles. Subjects for the study were parents of elementary-school-aged children who volunteered for the parenting classes. Parents who perceived their families as dysfunctional, as measured by the pretest FACES II, were selected as subjects for the study. Parents whosedoi:10.26076/532d-223f fatcat:myoijm77hzaeflw3z33bk6az6m