Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice
Scott and Crooks (authors of another article in this issue) provide an accounting of the characteristics that are more typical among maltreating than nonmaltreating fathers. Despite the merit in the suggested guidelines for intervention programs, questions may be raised about the relative utility of interventions rather than prevention programs with at-risk males. The effectiveness of one such prevention program (home visiting) is described. (Author abstract modified)
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