D

Background Materials

The background materials for this report consist of the following:

  • 6 commissioned papers and 2 commentaries,

  • 39 abstracts of illustrative preventive intervention programs using randomized controlled trial design (see Chapter 7), and

  • a bibliography of over 2,000 background references in Pro-Cite and ASCII format.

These materials can be accessed in the following ways:

  • The commissioned papers and abstracts are available on disk (in Wordperfect 5.0) from the Institute of Medicine only until June 1, 1994. The disk can be obtained by returning the card found inside this book or by calling (202) 334-2328.

  • After June 1, 1994, the commissioned papers and abstracts will become available through the National Technical Information Service (NTIS) at (703) 487-4650 or 800-553-6847, or through the National Institute of Mental Health while supplies last. When calling NTIS, please have the following order number ready: PB94-121860.

  • The bibliography and supporting documentation are available on the National Academy of Sciences' anonymous ftp server (ftp.nas.edu), in the directory /reports/reducing_risks.

The complete table of contents of Reducing Risks for Mental Disorders: Frontiers for Preventive Intervention Research appears in each of these data bases. The table of contents for the background materials is as follows:



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REDUCING RISKS FOR Mental Disorders: FRONTIERS FOR PREVENTIVE INTERVENTION RESEARCH D Background Materials The background materials for this report consist of the following: 6 commissioned papers and 2 commentaries, 39 abstracts of illustrative preventive intervention programs using randomized controlled trial design (see Chapter 7), and a bibliography of over 2,000 background references in Pro-Cite and ASCII format. These materials can be accessed in the following ways: The commissioned papers and abstracts are available on disk (in Wordperfect 5.0) from the Institute of Medicine only until June 1, 1994. The disk can be obtained by returning the card found inside this book or by calling (202) 334-2328. After June 1, 1994, the commissioned papers and abstracts will become available through the National Technical Information Service (NTIS) at (703) 487-4650 or 800-553-6847, or through the National Institute of Mental Health while supplies last. When calling NTIS, please have the following order number ready: PB94-121860. The bibliography and supporting documentation are available on the National Academy of Sciences' anonymous ftp server (ftp.nas.edu), in the directory /reports/reducing_risks. The complete table of contents of Reducing Risks for Mental Disorders: Frontiers for Preventive Intervention Research appears in each of these data bases. The table of contents for the background materials is as follows:

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REDUCING RISKS FOR Mental Disorders: FRONTIERS FOR PREVENTIVE INTERVENTION RESEARCH Commissioned Papers and Commentaries Prevention of Mental Disorders in Children ............. Joan Asarnow and Robert Koegel Mental Health Promotion ............................ Norman G. Dinges Conducting Preventive Interventions for Community Mental Health ....................... Stephen B. Fawcett, Adrienne L. Paine, Vincent T. Francisco, Kimber P. Richter, and Rhonda K. Lewis Commentary on Fawcett et al. paper .............. Ronald Gallimore Commentary on Fawcett et al. paper ................... Jack Rothman Treatment of Adult Psychiatric Disorders: Implications for Prevention Efforts ................ Shirley M. Glynn, Kim T. Mueser, and James D. Herbert Design and Analysis Issues for Trials of Prevention Programs in Mental Health Research ...... Helena Chmura Kraemer and Karen L. Kraemer Genetic Knowledge and Prevention of Mental Disorders ........................................ Michael Rutter Abstracts of Illustrative Preventive Intervention Research Programs Infants Prenatal/Early Infancy Project Tactile/Kinesthetic Stimulation Early Intervention for Preterm Infants Infant Health and Development Program Carolina Abecedarian Project Young Children Houston Parent-Child Development Center Mother-Child Home Program of Verbal Interaction Project Parent-Child Interaction Training High/Scope Preschool Curriculum Comparison Study (including Distar) Perry Preschool Program (using High/Scope curriculum) I Can Problem Solve: Interpersonal Cognitive Problem-Solving Program Elementary-Age Children Assertiveness Training Program (program 1) Assertiveness Training Program (program 2) Children of Divorce Intervention Program Family Bereavement Program

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REDUCING RISKS FOR Mental Disorders: FRONTIERS FOR PREVENTIVE INTERVENTION RESEARCH Social Skills Training Social Relations Intervention Program Montreal Longitudinal-Experimental Study Community Epidemiological Preventive Intervention: Mastery Learning and Good Behavior Game Academic Tutoring and Social Skills Training Seattle Social Development Project Adolescents Changing Teaching Practices Positive Youth Development Program Adolescent Alcohol Prevention Trial ALERT Drug Prevention Alcohol Education Project Midwestern Prevention Project Behaviorally Based Preventive Intervention Intervention Campaign Against Bully-Victim Problems Adults Prevention and Relationship Enhancement Program (PREP): An Empirically Based Preventive Intervention Program for Couples University of Colorado Separation and Divorce Program Perceived Personal Control Preventive Intervention for a Caesarean Birth Population Prenatal/Early Infancy Project Caregiver Support Program for Coping with Occupational Stress JOBS Project for the Unemployed: Michigan Prevention Research Center San Francisco Depression Prevention Research Project Projecto Bienestar: An Intervention for Preventing Depression in Hispanic Immigrant Women in the Community Peer- and Professionally-Led Groups to Support Family Caregivers Elderly Widow-to-Widow: A Mutual Help Program for the Widowed Bibliography of Background References

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