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Table 109Motivational intervention: Study characteristics

First Author et al., Year CountrySample Description (Age Group)Study Design and DurationComparison GroupsBaseline NRisk of Bias
Chaffin et al., 200997Maltreating parents of children ages 4 to 12 years, primarily neglected (70%) or physically abused (23%)RCT

6 weeks (treatment engagement) and ≥18 to 20 weeks (treatment retention)
G1: PCIT-AP
G2: MI +usual care
G3: SAU orientation + PCIT
G4: SAU
G1: 34
G2: 41
G3: 36
G4: 42
Overall
N=153a
Medium
Chaffin et al., 201195Maltreating parents of children ages 4 to 12 years, primarily neglected (70%) or physically abused (23%)RCT

Median follow-up time=64 days (after 6-week intervention)
G1: MI
G2: SAU orientation
G1: 75
G2: 78
Overall
N=153a
Medium
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192 participants were randomized to one of the two orientation interventions, however, 39 were withdrawn before randomization to either PCIT or services as usual.

Note: Both articles listed here are from the same trial.

Abbreviations: G = group; MI = motivational orientation intervention; PCIT-AP = Parent-Child Interaction Therapy Adaptation Package (i.e., PCIT combined with motivational orientation); RCT = randomized controlled trial; SAU = services as usual (community standard orientation + parenting program).

192 participants were randomized to one of the two orientation interventions, however, 39 were withdrawn before randomization to either PCIT or services as usual.

From: Results

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Fraser JG, Lloyd SW, Murphy RA, et al.

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