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Study study participants

Study study participants T1 motivational phase T2 after last individual session T3 + 6 months Training parents 112 81 (73%) 63 (56%) Comparison parents 109 82 (75%) 69 (63%) Children parents in training Children comparison parents 59 27 (46%) 18 (31%) 69 43 (62%) 24 (35%) Parents were 75% mothers, 70% of a Dutch origin Their children were mainly boys (79%) with a mean age of 16.4

Measures - 1 Primary outcomes Competence • Competence • Perceived competence (NOSI) Parenting skills • Responsivity (NOV) • Positive control (APQ) • Consistency (PDI) • Monitoring (VTH) • Harsh discipline (PDI) Parent – child relationship • Positive relationship (NOSI) • Conflict (NRI) Secondary outcomes Externalizing problems • Aggressive (YSR/CBCL) • Delinquent (YSR/CBCL) • Self report delinquency • Police contacts (self report) Internalizing problems • Withdrawn (YSR/CBCL) • Anxious/depressed (YSR/CBCL) • Somatic complaints (YSR/CBCL) School • Attendance • Achievement • Well-being

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