Children and families
Parenting programmes are the most effective way to address children’s antisocial behaviour, and there is very strong evidence – across many countries and regions – demonstrating this success.
For more than a decade, CEBI researchers have been making important and influential contributions to global understanding, implementation and policymaking related to parenting and child behaviour, and parenting programmes in particular.
Featured Research Projects
- Systematic review on transportability of parenting programmes across cultures and countries
- Psychosocial resilience in adolescent offspring of mothers with depression: testing causal mechanisms
- Parents under pressure
- How far could widespread dissemination of parenting programmes improve child antisocial behaviour and reduce social inequalities?
- Understanding and preventing childhood drug abuse risk