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This study used growth mixture modeling to examine attendance trajectories among 292 Mexican–American primary female caregivers enrolled in a universal preventive intervention and the effects of health beliefs, participation intentions,

This study used growth mixture modeling to examine attendance trajectories among 292 Mexican–American primary female caregivers enrolled in a universal preventive intervention and the effects of health beliefs, participation intentions, cultural influences, and intervention group cohesion on trajectory group membership as well as trajectory group differences on a distal outcome, immediate posttest teacher report of child externalizing (T2).

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  • 2014-12-01
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    • Digital object identifier: 10.1007/s10464-014-9680-0
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      0091-0562
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      1573-2770
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    Mauricio, Anne M., Tein, Jenn-Yun, Gonzales, Nancy A., Millsap, Roger E., Dumka, Larry E., & Berkel, Cady (2014). Participation Patterns Among Mexican-American Parents Enrolled in a Universal Intervention and Their Association with Child Externalizing Outcomes. AMERICAN JOURNAL OF COMMUNITY PSYCHOLOGY, 54(3), 370-383. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10464-014-9680-0

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