La prévention des problèmes de comportement chez les enfants: Le modèle de Fast Track.
Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group, Rhule, D., Vitaro, F., & Vachon, J. (2004). La prévention des problèmes de comportement chez les enfants: Le modèle de Fast Track. Revue de Psychoéducation, 33(1), 177-203.
Abstract: The Fast Track program represents one of the most comprehensive and ambitious preventive interventions for conduct problems currently in progress. The program aims to improve competencies and reduce problems in children at high risk for long term antisocial behavior by working with their families, teachers, peers, and members of their community. The great scope of the program, however, has not compromised the rigor of implementation and evaluation in 4 diverse sites across the United States. This article first provides an overview of the theoretical basis of the Fast Track program's objectives and clinical strategies. Each intervention strategy is then described in detail. Initial results, organized according to the various levels of intervention, are presented at the end of the text. These results demonstrate that, with the appropriate resources and strategies to achieve reductions in behaviour problems, it is possible to deflect trajectories of problematic development and long term antisocial behaviour that might otherwise ensue.