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This project was piloted in four communities across the United States: Durham, Nashville, rural Pennsylvania and Seattle. Fast Track is based on the hypothesis that improving child competencies, parenting effectiveness, school context and school-home communications will, over time, contribute to preventing certain behaviors across the period from early childhood through adolescence.
The Data section offers an extensive amount of information on the data instruments used in the study. Technical Reports are available for each instrument, many having multiple reports. The primary report (first year used) includes information on the nature of the measure scaling, differences between study groups, and recommendations for use in analyses.Data Instruments
Maternal depressive symptoms and child social preference during the early school years: Mediation by maternal warmth and child emotion regulation. Kam, C., Greenberg, M.T., Bierman, K., & the Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group. (2011).
The influence of classroom aggression and classroom climate on the early development of aggressive-disruptive behavior problems in school. Thomas, D.E., Bierman, K.L., Power, C.J., & the Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group. (2011).