These sources were used in the development of the program profile:
Andrew, David W., and Thomas J. Dishion. 1995. “The Adolescent Transitions Program for High-Risk Teens and Their Parents: Toward a School-Based Intervention.” Education & Treatment of Children
Dishion, Thomas J., and David W. Andrews. 1995. “Preventing Escalation in Problem Behaviors With High-Risk Young Adolescents: Immediate and 1-Year Outcomes.” Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology
Dishion, Thomas J., David W. Andrews, Kate Kavanagh, and L.H. Soberman. 1996. “Preventive Interventions for High-Risk Youth: The Adolescent Transitions Program.” In Ray D. Peters and Robert J. McMahon (eds.). Preventing Childhood Disorders, Substance Abuse, and Delinquency
. Thousand Oaks, Calif.: Sage, 184–214.
Dishion, Thomas J., Joan McCord, and Francois Poulin. 1999. “When Interventions Harm: Peer Groups and Problem Behavior.” American Psychologist
Dishion, Thomas J. and Kathryn Kavanagh. 2000. “A Multilevel Approach to Family-Centered Prevention in Schools: Process and Outcome.” Addictive Behaviors
Irvine, A. Blair, Anthony Biglan, Keith Smolkowsk, Carol W. Metzler, and Dennis V. Ary. 1999. “The Effectiveness of a Parenting Skills Program for Parents of Middle School Students in Small Communities.” Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology
Miller, William, and Stephen Rollnick. 2002. Motivational Interviewing: Preparing People for Change
(2nd ed.). New York, N.Y.: Guilford Press.
Poulin, Francois, Thomas J. Dishion, and Bert Burraston. 2001. “3-Year Iatrogenic Effects Associated With Aggregating High-Risk Adolescents in Cognitive–Behavioral Preventive Interventions.” Applied Developmental Science
Stormshak, Elizabeth A., and Thomas J. Dishion. 2009. “A School-Based, Family-Centered Intervention to Prevent Substance Use: The Family Check-Up.” American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse
Stormshak, Elizabeth A., Thomas J. Dishion, John Light, and Miwa Yasui. 2005. “Implementing Family-Centered Interventions Within the Public Middle School: Linking Service Delivery to Change in Student Problem Behavior.” Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology