These sources were used in the development of the program profile:Coleman, Maggie, Steven Pfeiffer, and Thomas Oakland. 1992. “Aggression Replacement Training With Behaviorally Disordered Adolescents.” Behavioral Disorder 18(1):54–66. (This study was reviewed but did not meet Crime Solutions' criteria for inclusion in the overall program rating.) Glick, Barry. 1996. “Aggression Replacement Training in Children and Adolescents.” Hatherleigh Guide to Child and Adolescent Therapy 5:191–226.Glick, Barry and John C. Gibbs. 2011. Aggression Replacement Training®: A Comprehensive Intervention for Aggressive Youth (Third Edition--Revised and Expanded). Champaign, Ill: Research Press.
Goldstein, Arnold P., and Barry Glick. 1994. “Aggression Replacement Training: Curriculum and Evaluation.” Simulation and Gaming 25(1):9–26.
———. 1996a. “Aggression Replacement Training: Methods and Outcomes.” In Clive R. Hollin and Keith Howells (eds.). Clinical Approaches to Working With Offenders. Chichester, England: John Wiley & Sons.
———. 1996c. “Aggression Replacement Training: Teaching Prosocial Behaviors to Antisocial Youth.” In Robert R. Ross, Daniel H. Antonowicz, and Gurmeet K. Dhaliwal (eds.). Effective Delinquency Prevention and Offender Rehabilitation. Ottawa, Ontario: AIR Training and Publications.
Goldstein, Arnold P., Barry Glick, Wilma Carthan, and Douglas A. Blancero. 1994. The Prosocial Gang: Implementing Aggression Replacement Training. Thousand Oaks, Calif.: Sage Publications.
Goldstein, Arnold P., Barry Glick, and John C. Gibbs. 1998. Aggression Replacement Training: A Comprehensive Intervention for Aggressive Youth (Revised Edition). Champaign, Ill: Research Press.Goldstein, Arnold P., Barry Glick, Scott Reiner, Deborah Zimmerman, and Thomas M. Coultry. 1987. Aggression Replacement Training. Champaign, Ill.: Research Press.