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Discrimination Trends and Mental Health Among Native- and Foreign-Born Latinos: Results from National Surveys in 2004 and 2013.

Cory L Cobb, Christopher P Salas-Wright, Rachel John, Seth J Schwartz, Michael Vaughn, Charles R Martínez, Germine Awad, Miguel Pinedo, Miguel Ángel Cano,

We examined national trends and mental health correlates of discrimination among Latinos in the USA. We used data from two nationally representative surveys based on the National Epidemiologic Survey on Alcohol and Related Conditions collected in 2004 and 2013. Results indicated that perceived discrimination, both any and recurrent, increased for ... Read more >>

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Is Adolescent Alcohol Use Linked to Spikes in Aggressive Behaviour? A Growth Curve Analysis.

Siobhan M Lawler, Lexine A Stapinski, Emma L Barrett, Nicola C Newton, Matthew Sunderland, Tim Slade, Maree Teesson,

A relationship between alcohol use and aggression is well-established; however, less is known about how these factors develop and influence each other over time. This study examined the immediate and delayed effects of alcohol use on aggression during adolescence. Alcohol use and aggression were measured in a subset of students ... Read more >>

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Associations Between LGBTQ-Affirming School Climate and Intimate Partner Violence Victimization Among Adolescents.

Brian J Adams, Blair Turner, Xinzi Wang, Rachel Marro, Elizabeth Miller, Gregory Phillips, Robert W S Coulter,

Intimate partner violence (IPV) impacts sexual minority adolescents at rates equal to or greater than the rate it impacts heterosexual adolescents. We investigated whether reports of physical and sexual IPV were less frequent in school jurisdictions with more affirming climates for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) students; and ... Read more >>

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Examining the Effects of a Brief, Group-Based Motivational Implementation Strategy on Mechanisms of Teacher Behavior Change.

Madeline Larson, Clayton R Cook, Stephanie K Brewer, Michael D Pullmann, Corinne Hamlin, James L Merle, Mylien Duong, Larissa Gaias, Margaret Sullivan, Nicole Morrell, Tara Kulkarni, Mollie Weeks, Aaron R Lyon,

Training and consultation are core implementation strategies used to support the adoption and delivery of evidence-based prevention programs (EBPPs), but are often insufficient alone to effect teacher behavior change. Motivational interviewing (MI) and related behavior change techniques (e.g., strategic education, social influence, implementation planning) delivered in a group format offer ... Read more >>

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The Pivotal Role of Prevention Science in This Syndemic.

Diana Fishbein,

Never before has the value of prevention science become so apparent to the populace, particularly in simultaneous fashion across all nations. A general understanding of what prevention represents in true form has lagged well behind the science and, in fact, few outside of the field recognize that there is actually ... Read more >>

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Risk Assessments at Birth Predict Kindergarten Achievement and Involvement with Child Protective Services.

Sarah Prendergast, David MacPhee,

Screening for family risk factors at birth is one way that early childhood programs and practitioners can identify families who might benefit from prevention efforts. Some prevention programs currently use cumulative risk (i.e., total number of risk factors present) to determine eligibility for services. More recently, however, person-centered approaches that ... Read more >>

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Co-production as an Emerging Methodology for Developing School-Based Health Interventions with Students Aged 11-16: Systematic Review of Intervention Types, Theories and Processes and Thematic Synthesis of Stakeholders' Experiences.

Hayley Reed, Danielle Couturiaux, Marianne Davis, Amy Edwards, Edward Janes, Hyun Sue Kim, G J Melendez-Torres, Simon Murphy, Torill Alise Rotevatn, Jesse Smith, Rhiannon Evans,

Co-production affords an intervention's target population the opportunity to participate in intervention theory decision-making during the development process. This addresses the over-reliance on developing interventions through academic theories which can be devoid of contextual understanding and result in challenges to implementing school-based health programmes. There is an emergent empirical literature ... Read more >>

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Overlooking the Obvious: Communication of Efficacy by the Mass Media During the Ebola Crisis in Liberia.

Monique Mitchell Turner, Tamah Kamlem, Rajiv N Rimal, Hina Shaikh, Nwanneamaka Ume,

The role of mass media during a public health crisis is an ineluctable part of providing the public with critical information rapidly, particularly messages about self- and response efficacy. However, little is known about the role local news media play in disseminating efficacy information during infectious disease outbreaks. Here, we ... Read more >>

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Introduction to the Special Issue on "Promoting a Culture of Prevention: an International Perspective".

Hanno Petras, Moshe Israelashvili, Brenda Miller,

The primary goal of this special issue is to showcase novel, theory-driven, creative, and rigorous contributions to our understanding of the existence and development of a culture of prevention and readiness to prevent. The term "culture of prevention" is neither a set of practical guidelines nor a leading theory. Instead, ... Read more >>

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Using Longitudinal Social Network Analysis to Evaluate a Community-Wide Parenting Intervention.

Lisa M Kleyn, Miles Hewstone, Catherine L Ward, Ralf Wölfer,

Harsh parenting attitudes and behaviors negatively impact children's behavior and development, and are linked to heightened levels of violence in children. Parent training programs are effective preventive interventions, but only reach caregivers who attend them. In this study, programs were implemented alongside a community mobilization process, intended to use caregivers' ... Read more >>

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Introduction to a Special Section on the Effects of the Dating Matters Model on Secondary Outcomes: Results from a Comparative Effectiveness Cluster Randomized Controlled Trial.

Phyllis Holditch Niolon,

Teen dating violence (TDV) affects millions of young people in the USA each year (Basile et al. 2020) and is associated with a myriad of negative consequences across the lifespan, including placing individuals at greater risk for experiencing intimate partner violence (IPV) in their more permanent relationships in adulthood (Exner-Cortens ... Read more >>

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Correction to: Effects of Dating Matters® on Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment Outcomes among Middle School Youth: a Cluster-Randomized Controlled Trial.

Sarah DeGue, Phyllis Holditch Niolon, Lianne Fuino Estefan, Allison J Tracy, Vi D Le, Alana M Vivolo-Kantor, Todd D Little, Natasha E Latzman, Andra Tharp, Kyle M Lang, Bruce Taylor,

A Correction to this paper has been published: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11121-020-01183-7. ... Read more >>

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Qualitative Process Evaluation of Rural Schools: Uptake of Change Processes and Contextual Factors Influencing Implementation Within a Primary Prevention Program for Youth.

Jamie Yoder, Anne Williford, Lilyana Ortega, Dorothy L Espelage, Scott LoMurray, Daniel Ruiz, Natalie Kennedy,

Sexual violence (SV), homophobic name-calling, and bullying commonly occur in school settings. As such, comprehensive school-based violence prevention strategies are needed. Recent calls in prevention science argue that investigations of preventive interventions must move beyond simply testing if programs work; rather, they must also examine how interventions work. The purpose ... Read more >>

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Effectiveness of an Educational Video in Maternity Wards to Prevent Self-Reported Shaking and Smothering during the First Week of Age: A Cluster Randomized Controlled Trial.

Takeo Fujiwara, Aya Isumi, Makiko Sampei, Yusuke Miyazaki, Fujiko Yamada, Hisashi Noma, Kazuhide Ogita, Nobuaki Mitsuda,

This study aimed to investigate whether watching an educational video on infant crying and the dangers of shaking and smothering within 1 week after delivery at maternity wards reduces self-reported shaking and smothering, at a 1-month health checkup. A cluster randomized controlled trial, stratified by area and hospital function, was employed ... Read more >>

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Cost analysis of a randomized trial of Getting to Outcomes implementation support for a teen pregnancy prevention program offered in Boys and Girls Clubs in Alabama and Georgia.

Patricia M Herman, Matthew Chinman, Patricia Ebener, Patrick S Malone, Joie Acosta,

Implementation support can improve outcomes of evidence-based programs (EBP) for adolescents, but with a cost. To assist in determining whether this cost is worthwhile, this study estimated the cost of adding Getting To Outcomes© (GTO) implementation support to a teen pregnancy and sexually transmitted infection prevention EBP called Making Proud ... Read more >>

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Effects of Therapeutic Intervention on Parentally Bereaved Children's Emotion Reactivity and Regulation 15 Years Later.

Alexander F Danvers, Brandon G Scott, Michelle N Shiota, Jenn-Yun Tein, Sharlene A Wolchik, Irwin I Sandler,

The Family Bereavement Program (FBP) is a family-based intervention for parentally bereaved children and surviving caregivers. Results are reported of a randomized controlled trial, examining intervention effects on emotional reactivity and regulation of young adults who participated in the program 15 years earlier. Participants (N = 152) completed four emotion challenge tasks: reactivity ... Read more >>

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The Role of Engagement in Effective, Digital Prevention Interventions: the Function of Engagement in the REAL Media Substance Use Prevention Curriculum.

Kathryn Greene, Hye Jeong Choi, Shannon D Glenn, Anne E Ray, Michael L Hecht,

Prevention curricula rely on audience engagement to effectively communicate their messages. However, to date, measurement of engagement has primarily focused on self-report that is often an indicator of liking or satisfaction. Emerging technologies for intervention delivery hold promise not only for additional engagement indicators but also for dissemination outside of ... Read more >>

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Groups of Sexual Violence Perpetration in a National Sample of Youth 13-25 Years of Age.

Michele L Ybarra, Hanno Petras,

Little is known about how specific forms of sexual violence (SV) perpetration group together and how youth transition between these groups over time. Between 2011 and 2016, four waves of data were collected online nationally from 1129 13-25-year-olds. Six forms of SV perpetration were assessed: sexual harassment, online sexual harassment, ... Read more >>

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Correlates of STI Testing Among US Young Adults: Opportunities for Prevention.

Erika L Thompson, Stacey B Griner, Annalynn M Galvin, Ashley D Lowery, Melissa A Lewis,

The purpose of this study was to examine sex cognitions and behavioral strategy correlates for chlamydia, gonorrhea, and HIV testing among a national sample of young adults ages 18-20. Young adults (18-20 years) were recruited nationally (n = 1144). The sample was restricted (n = 817) based on inclusion/exclusion criteria for analysis. The outcome variables ... Read more >>

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An Economic Evaluation of the Costs and Benefits of Providing Comprehensive Supports to Students in Elementary School.

A Brooks Bowden, Robert Shand, Henry M Levin, Atsuko Muroga, Anyi Wang,

There is growing evidence that out-of-school factors, such as physical and mental health, family support, and social and emotional development, significantly affect student learning (Berliner 2009). To address challenges related to poverty, schools are being charged with serving as a focal point in providing and coordinating support services for students ... Read more >>

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Changes in Family-Level Attitudes and Norms and Association with Secondary School Completion and Child Marriage Among Adolescent Girls: Results from an Exploratory Study Nested Within a Cluster-Randomised Controlled Trial in India.

Ravi Prakash, Tara S Beattie, Beniamino Cislaghi, Parinita Bhattacharjee, Prakash Javalkar, Satyanarayana Ramanaik, Raghavendra Thalinja, Calum Davey, Mitzy Gafos, Charlotte Watts, Martine Collumbien, Stephen Moses, Shajy Isac, Lori Heise,

We evaluated the impact of Samata, a 3-year multilayered intervention among scheduled caste/scheduled tribe (SC/ST) adolescent girls in rural northern Karnataka, on family-level (parents or guardian) attitudes and direct and indirect norms related to child marriage and girl's education. Endline data from 1840 family members were used to assess the ... Read more >>

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Student Knowledge Gain Following the Second Step Child Protection Unit: the Influence of Treatment Integrity.

Margaret E Manges, Amanda B Nickerson,

Treatment integrity is an important yet understudied component of school-based prevention programming, particularly for sensitive topics such as child sexual abuse prevention (CSA). This study examined student- and teacher-level characteristics, including components of treatment integrity, that contributed to greater knowledge gain among students participating in the Second Step Child Protection ... Read more >>

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Which Risk Factors for Child Maltreatment Predict Mothers' Enrollment in a Parenting Support Program?

Florence Filion, Maude Lachapelle, Lisa-Marie Gagné, Marie-Hélène Gagné,

Parenting support programs are an effective means of preventing child maltreatment. However, these programs are often criticized for their limited ability to enroll and engage the parents who need them most. The present study aimed to determine which risk factors associated with child maltreatment predicted mothers' enrollment in the Triple ... Read more >>

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Development and Evaluation of a Component Level Implementation Fidelity Rating System for the GenerationPMTO Intervention.

Kendal Holtrop, Debra L Miller, Jared A Durtschi, Marion S Forgatch,

Empirically determining the components of evidence-based interventions contributing to positive change is a crucial, yet understudied area of research. In support of this aim, we describe the development and evaluation of an observational rating system for measuring fidelity to specific components of the evidence-based GenerationPMTO parenting intervention. A five-step process ... Read more >>

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Recovery High School Attendance Effects on Student Delinquency and Substance Use: the Moderating Role of Social Problem Solving Styles.

Emily E Tanner-Smith, Lindsey M Nichols, Christopher M Loan, Andrew J Finch, D Paul Moberg,

Recovery high schools (RHSs) provide educational programming and therapeutic support services for young people in recovery from substance use disorders (SUDs). The objectives of this study were to examine whether students with SUDs who attended RHSs report less delinquency and substance use than students with SUDs who attended non-RHSs, and ... Read more >>

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