Pitfalls and pratfalls : null and negative findings in evaluating interventions

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Notes

  • "Summer 2006."
  • Also available in electronic version.
  • Includes bibliographical references and index.

Contents

  • Qualitative lessons from a community-based violence prevention project with null findings / Kirk R. Williams, Sabrina Arredondo Mattson -- Masked intervention effects : analytic methods for addressing low dosage of intervention / John E. Lockman ... [et al.] -- Evaluation of a teen dating violence social marketing campaign : lessons learned when the null hypothesis was accepted / Emily F Rothman, Michele R. Decker, and Jay G. Silverman -- How much of a good thing is too much ? Explaining the failure of a well-designed, well-executed intervention in juvenile hall for hard-to-place delinquents / Robert Nash Parker, Emily K. Ascencio, Deborah Plechner -- What works (and what does not) in youth violence prevention : rethinking the questions and finding new answers / Nancy G. Guerra, Paul Boxer, Clayton R. Cook -- Who is watching the watchers ? The challenge of observing peer interactions on elementary school playgrounds / Cynthia Hudley -- Commentary on the pitfalls and pratfalls of evaluation research with intervention and prevention programs / Karen L. Bierman
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