Joe Price describes the process his group went through as they adapted an intervention for a group of diverse foster parents.
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Philip A. Fisher describes an intervention based on existing tribal services.
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Philip A. Fisher discusses the pros and cons of grounded research.
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Gary S. Sachs explains the importance of standardizing protocol "cheat sheets" across sites in a study.
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John Weisz details the impact of lab-clinic differences on treatment development and testing.
Martha Zaslow and Fiona K. Innes Helsel discuss balancing the need to standardize protocol with the need to be sensitive to site differences.
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Michael Ungar describes his work with the International Resilience Project.
Address the social-emotional skills of educators, says Marc Brackett, and you will see better results with your curriculum.
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Bradley Stein describes a situation in which a protocol needed to be changed early in its development.
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Joe Price describes how group facilitators learned to personalize the intervention to meet the immediate needs of the participants.
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Jay Belsky describes how the NICHD Study of Early Child Care standardized training of research staff.
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David J. Kupfer says that analyzing psychosocial and pharmacological treatments against the same life outcome measure can help justify behavioral interventions.
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Robert C. Pianta shares some tips for beginning research in a school setting.
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Pia Escudero stresses the importance of communication with stakeholders before, during, and after program implementation.
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