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Intervening Early: Promoting a Translational Perspective
Elizabeth Robertson, Ph.D.

CHARACTERISTICS OF INFANTS, YOUNG CHILDREN, AND THEIR FAMILIES IN CHILD SERVICE SETTINGS

Head Start and Early Head Start: Structure, Demographics of Children and Families, and Outcomes
Lauren Supplee, Ph.D.

Child Care: Children and Families in Diverse Settings
Margaret Burchinal, Ph.D.

INTERVENTION STUDIES WITHIN CHILD SERVICE SETTINGS

Principles to Help Guide Next Generation Interventions: Some Examples from Randomized Controlled Trials Concerning School Readiness
Craig T. Ramey, Ph.D

Using Randomized Controlled Trials to Test and Refine the Nurse-Family Partnership
David L. Olds, Ph.D.

An Ecological Approach to Intervention in Early Childhood: The Promise of Embedding the Family Check-Up into Service Delivery Settings such as Women, Infants, and Children (WIC)
Thomas J. Dishion, Ph.D.

Early Intervention for Foster Children: Effects on Children’s Attachment, Stress Neurobiology, and Long-Term Placement Outcomes
Philip Fisher, Ph.D.

NEW EXPLANATORY PARADIGMS: SELF-REGULATORY PROCESSES AND IMPLICATIONS FOR PREVENTION

Stress Neurobiology, Risk and Resilience
W. Thomas Boyce, Ph.D.

Stressful Challenges and Resilient Functioning: Illustrations from a Multi-Level Perspective on Child Maltreatment
Dante Cicchetti, Ph.D.

Emotion Regulation, Inhibitory Control, and Social Competence
Mark Greenberg, Ph.D.

Early Intervention for ADHD: Targets, Settings, Methods, and Mechanisms
William Pelham, Ph.D.

MOVING INTERVENTIONS INTO SUSTAINING SYSTEMS

Implementing and Integrating Research-Based Supports into Existing Head Start Classrooms
Karen Bierman, Ph.D., Cathy Kipp, and Lynda Sheffer

Implementing and Integrating Specialized Mental Health Services into Child Welfare Settings
Mary Dozier, Ph.D., and Carole Shauffer, M.Ed., J.D.

Moving Interventions into Sustaining Systems: Study of the PROSPER Community-University Partnership Model
Richard Spoth, Ph.D.

Implementing Evidence-Based Practice on a Large Scale
Marion Forgatch, Ph.D.

ISSUES AND STRATEGIES FOR ASSESSING BENEFITS, COSTS, AND COST EFFECTIVENESS OF PREVENTIVE INTERVENTIONS IN CHILD SERVICE SETTINGS

Penny Wise and Effect Size Foolish
Greg Duncan, Ph.D.

A Culture of Open Inquiry: Producing Credible Evidence on Program Effects
E. Michael Foster, Ph.D.

Statistics for the State House: Outcomes of Prevention Programs that Matter for Policy-Level Decisions
Steve Aos, M.S.

SUMMARY AND NEXT STEPS


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