Matthew R Sanders
Matthew R Sanders
Professor of Clinical Psychology, The University of Queensland
Verified email at psy.uq.edu.au - Homepage
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Triple P-Positive Parenting Program: Towards an empirically validated multilevel parenting and family support strategy for the prevention of behavior and emotional problems in …
MR Sanders
Clinical child and family psychology review 2 (2), 71-90, 1999
2077*1999
The triple P-positive parenting program: a comparison of enhanced, standard, and self-directed behavioral family intervention for parents of children with early onset conduct …
MR Sanders, C Markie-Dadds, LA Tully, W Bor
Journal of consulting and clinical psychology 68 (4), 624, 2000
10902000
Population-based prevention of child maltreatment: The US Triple P system population trial
RJ Prinz, MR Sanders, CJ Shapiro, DJ Whitaker, JR Lutzker
Prevention science 10 (1), 1-12, 2009
10462009
Triple P-Positive Parenting Program as a public health approach to strengthening parenting.
MR Sanders
Journal of family psychology 22 (4), 506, 2008
6912008
The relationship between maternal self‐efficacy and parenting practices: Implications for parent training
MR Sanders, ML Woolley
Child: care, health and development 31 (1), 65-73, 2005
6582005
The effects of the Triple P-Positive Parenting Program on preschool children with co-occurring disruptive behavior and attentional/hyperactive difficulties
W Bor, MR Sanders, C Markie-Dadds
Journal of abnormal child psychology 30 (6), 571-587, 2002
5332002
Development, evaluation, and multinational dissemination of the Triple P-Positive Parenting Program
MR Sanders
Annual review of clinical psychology 8, 345-379, 2012
5262012
Theoretical, scientific and clinical foundations of the Triple P-Positive Parenting Program: A population approach to the promotion of parenting competence
MR Sanders, C Markie-Dadds, KMT Turner
Parenting and Family Support Centre, The University of Queensland, 2003
5112003
Predictors of care‐giver stress in families of preschool‐aged children with developmental disabilities
KM Plant, MR Sanders
Journal of intellectual disability research 51 (2), 109-124, 2007
4292007
The treatment of recurrent abdominal pain in children: a controlled comparison of cognitive-behavioral family intervention and standard pediatric care.
MR Sanders, RW Shepherd, G Cleghorn, H Woolford
Journal of consulting and clinical psychology 62 (2), 306, 1994
4181994
Marital discord and treatment outcome in behavioral treatment of child conduct disorders.
MR Dadds, S Schwartz, MR Sanders
Journal of consulting and Clinical Psychology 55 (3), 396, 1987
4121987
The development and dissemination of the Triple P—Positive Parenting Program: A multilevel, evidence-based system of parenting and family support
MR Sanders, KMT Turner, C Markie-Dadds
Prevention Science 3 (3), 173-189, 2002
4032002
An outcome evaluation of the implementation of the triple P‐Positive Parenting Program in Hong Kong
C Leung, MR Sanders, S Leung, R Mak, J Lau
Family process 42 (4), 531-544, 2003
3612003
Can skills training prevent relationship problems in at-risk couples? Four-year effects of a behavioral relationship education program.
WK Halford, MR Sanders, BC Behrens
Journal of family psychology 15 (4), 750, 2001
3572001
Stepping Stones Triple P: An RCT of a parenting program with parents of a child diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder
K Whittingham, K Sofronoff, J Sheffield, MR Sanders
Journal of abnormal child psychology 37 (4), 469, 2009
3092009
Treatment of depressed mothers with disruptive children: A controlled evaluation of cognitive behavioral family intervention
MR Sanders, M McFarland
Behavior Therapy 31 (1), 89-112, 2000
3092000
Behavioral family intervention.
MR Sanders, MR Dadds
Allyn & Bacon, 1993
3031993
Prevention of child behavior problems through universal implementation of a group behavioral family intervention
SR Zubrick, KA Ward, SR Silburn, D Lawrence, AA Williams, E Blair, ...
Prevention Science 6 (4), 287, 2005
2982005
Does parental attributional retraining and anger management enhance the effects of the Triple P-Positive Parenting Program with parents at risk of child maltreatment?
MR Sanders, AM Pidgeon, F Gravestock, MD Connors, S Brown, ...
Behavior Therapy 35 (3), 513-535, 2004
2902004
Self-directed behavioral family intervention for parents of oppositional children in rural and remote areas
S Connell, MR Sanders, C Markie-Dadds
Behavior modification 21 (4), 379-408, 1997
2801997
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