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(p. 245) Parent Management Training Manual 

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date: 19 October 2019

Chapter 1 presents an introduction to the parent management training (PMT) program. It discusses problems that warrant treatment in children and adolescents (social, emotional, and behavioral problems; problem and at-risk behaviors; and delinquency), the current status of psychotherapy for children and adolescents, and overview and delineation of PMT (definition and core features; status as an evidence-based treatment), the underpinnings and emergence of PMT (operant conditioning; extensions and applications of operant conditioning; extensions to child rearing and parenting), and an overview of the structure of this title.

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