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Table 12Study information table for trials of family interventions

Family interventions versus control for children and adolescents with behaviour problemsFamily interventions versus control for adolescents at risk of re-offendingFamily interventions versus CBT
Total no. of trials (total no. of participants)6 RCTs (N = 177)2 RCTs
2 quasi-experimental studies (N = 894)
1 RCT (N = 56)
Study IDNICKEL2005
NICKEL2006
NICKEL2006A
SANTISTEBAN2003
SAYGER1988
SZAPOCZNIK1989
ALEXANDER1973
BARNOSKI2004
GORDON1995
MCPHERSON1983
AZRIN2001
DiagnosisConduct disorder, oppositional defiant disorder and/or behaviour problems, bullyingHistory of offendingConduct disorder
Baseline severity: mean (SD)Diagnosis of conduct disorder/oppositional defiant:
SZAPOCZNIK1989

Reported behaviour problems in the clinical range on a behaviour problem scale:
SANTISTEBAN2003

Referred for behaviour problems:
SAYGER1988

History of bullying:
NICKEL2005
NICKEL2006
NICKEL2006A
Not relevantNot relevant
Treatment lengthMean: 106 daysMean: 92 daysMean: 180 days
Length of follow-upLongest: 1 yearLongest: 1 yearN/A
AgeRange: 6–18 yearsRange: 13–17 yearsMean: 15 years

From: 5, INTERVENTIONS IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS FOR THE PREVENTION OF ANTISOCIAL PERSONALITY DISORDER

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Antisocial Personality Disorder: Treatment, Management and Prevention.
NICE Clinical Guidelines, No. 77.
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Leicester (UK): British Psychological Society; 2010.
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