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Behavioral Parent Training Training Module

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The Behavioral Parent Training (BPT) Training Module & Usability Test
The Training Module
Content
Exigency
Format
Goals

Usability Test
Participants
Testing Methods
Results
Summary & Recommendations
Balance between content & time
Content
Behavioral Parent Training
: training program for parents of children with defiance disorders
Why create an online BPT module?
Format
Online Prezi presentation
103 slides
Supplemental links
Example videos
Google Forms
Estimated completion 30-45min
Parenting techniques shape child behavior
Short & long term behavioral problems
Traditionally
This Module
Therapist
Psychoeducation
5 Skill sets
Months
Attending
Rewarding
Ignoring
Commands
Time out
Online
Psychoeducation
2 skill sets
Rewards
Time out
One sitting
Most parents lack formal training
BPT is effective but has accessibility issues
Location
Schedules
Cost
Transportation & childcare
Online training module is cost effective and convenient
Goals
Audience
Parents of young children
People who plan to become parents
People who spend time with young children
Diagnosis?
Learning Outcomes
Learn how parents influence children
Learn about negative parenting patterns
Learn about rewards & time out and how to use them
Apply new knowledge to deal with inappropriate child behaviors
Participants
6 total
Ages: 18-77
2 parents
2 male; 4 female
1 grandparent
Doctor
Accountant
Nurse
3 students
Pre-med
History
Mechanical Engineering
Methods
Administration
5 in person
1 remotely
Pre-test Post-test exams
Test task scenario: Supernanny
Survey
Content & Organization
Background information
Examples
Videos
Supplemental links
"[The videos were] very helpful to translate the material into real world situations" - JC
Length
Amount of information
Technicality of information
Placement of quizzes and activities
Style & Design
Template and font appropriate
Navigation
Links vs citations
Font style
"[T]oo long, maybe break it into parts" - NC
Ethics
Cultural differences
Corporal punishment
Rewards
Unrealistic parental expectations
Content& Organization
Style & Design
Ethics
Did they learn?
What they Learned
Types of rewards & punishments
Theories behind BPT
Time out specifics
Differential Reinforcement
Attitudes - Ceiling Effect
Video analysis
Technicality of information & format
Keep audience in mind
Age related differences
Better information for interested parents
Use of video, supplemental link, pictures
Overall success:
improved understanding and good application
(Chronis et al., 2004; Sander, 1999)
(Chronis et al., 2004; Patterson, 2002).
(Barkley et al. 2000; Chronis et al., 2004; Cunningham et al., 2000; Koroloff et al., 1996; Nordstrom et al., 2008)
Works Cited
Anastopoulos, A. A., Dupaul, G. J., & Barkley, R. A. (1991). Stimulant Medication and Parent Training Therapies for Attention Deficit-Hyperactivity Disorder. Journal Of Learning Disabilities, 24(4). doi: 10.1177/002221949102400405

Anastopoulos, A. D., Shelton, T.L., DuPaul, G.J., & Guevremont, D.C. (1993). Parent training for attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder: Its impact on parent functioning. Journal of abnormal child psychology, 21, 581-596. doi: 10.1007/BF00916320

Barkley, R. A., Shelton, T. L., Crosswait, C., Moorehouse, M., Fletcher, K., Barret, S., . . . Metevia, L. (2000). Multi-method Psycho-educational Intervention for Preschool Children with Disruptive Behavior: Preliminary Results at Post-treatment. Journal of Child Psychology & Psychiatry & Allied Disciplines, 41(3), 319-332.

Chronis, A. M., Chako, A., Fabiano, G. A., Wymbs, B. T., & Pelham, W. E., Jr. (2004). Enhancements to the Behavioral Parent Training Paradigm for Families of Children With ADHD: Review and Future Directions. Clinical Child and Family Psychology Review, 7(1).
Cunningham, C.E., Boyle, M., Offord, D., Racine, Y., Hundert, J., Secord, M., et al. (2000). Tri-Ministry Study: Correlates of School Based Parent Course Utilization. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 68, 928-933.

Nordstrom, A. H., Dumas, J. E., & Gitter, A. H. (2008). Parental Attributions and Perceived Intervention Benefits and Obstacles as Predictors of Maternal Engagement in a Preventive Parenting Program. NHSA Dialog, 11(1), 1-24.

Patterson, G.R., Reid, J.B., & Dishion, T.J. (1992) Antisocial Boys. Eugene, OR: Castalia.

Pelham Jr., W.E. & Fabiano, G.A. (2008). Evidence Based Psychological Treatments for Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder. Journal of Clinical & Adolescent Psychology, 37(1), 184-214

Reitman, D. & McMahon, R.J. (2013). Constance “Connie” Hanf (1917-2002): The Mentor and the Model. Cognitive and Behavioral Practice, 20, 106-116.

Sanders, M.R. (1999). Triple P-Positive Parenting Program: Towards and Empirically Validated Multilevel Parenting and Family Support Strategy for the Prevention of Behavior and Emotional Problems in Children. Clinical Child and Family Psychology Review, 2(2), 71-90.

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