What's Happening Now

Fast Track was piloted in four communities: Durham, Nashville, rural Pennsylvania and Seattle. The intervention was based on the hypothesis that improving child competencies, parenting effectiveness, school context, and school-home communications will, over time, improve psychopathology from early childhood through adulthood. Researchers continue to evaluate the long-term impacts of this comprehensive intervention.

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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.

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Recent Publications

Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group. (2015). Impact of early intervention on psychopathology, crime, and well-being at age 25. American Journal of Psychiatry, 172, 59-70.

Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group. (2013). School outcomes of aggressive disruptive children: Prediction from kindergarten risk factors and impact of the Fast Track prevention program. Aggressive Behavior, 39, 114-130.


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