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Girls with conduct problems are less likely to receive services for their problems (Offord, Boyle, & Racine, 1991), perhaps as a result of their displaying fewer disruptive behaviors than boys. , Edelbrock, 1984; Hartmann, Roper, & Bradford, 1979), and many of these uses parallel those for treatment. Briefly, normative information is important in identifying problems; increasing diagnostic sensitivity to age, gender, ethnic, and other differences; evaluating parent and teacher expectations; identifying difficulties that are likely to be chronic versus those that are common and transient; deciding when treatment is indicated; establishing treatment goals; suggesting different forms of treatment; and evaluating the clinical significance of change (Achenbach, 2001b; Mash & Terdal, 1997b).
Lawrence, 1988). The models presented by Kanfer (Kanfer & Busemeyer, 1982; Kanfer & Schefft, 1988), Evans and Meyer (1985), Herbert (1981, 1987), Webster-Stratton and Herbert (1994), and Henggeler and colleagues (1994) provide excellent descriptions of a collaborative decision-making perspective. In contrast to earlier cognitive-behavioral approaches, which were concerned with the use of specific techniques derived from principles of learning, decision-making approaches emphasize the collaborative and flexible application and reapplication of various treatment strategies over time as needed.
5. , Lochman, 1988; Mahoney & Nezworski, 1985). , Robins & Hinkley, 1989)—and also to establish the relationship between cognitive changes and long-term behavioral outcomes. Emotional Factors in Relationships The progression in emphasis of cognitivebehavioral treatments has been from behaviors, to cognitions, to emotions, to strategies that attempt to integrate information from all three areas. The more recent interest in affect has included the following: 1. , Chapter 5, this volume) and anxiety disor- 1.