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IASSW and Research Press Partnering In Membership Discount Program

Research Press is pleased to announce that members of the Illinois Association of School Social Workers (IASSW) will enjoy a special discount as a benefit of membership when purchasing materials from Research Press.

ART Cited as Effective, Economical Violence Reduction Program

Aggression Replacement Training (ART) is cited in Washington State Institute for Public Policy report for its favorable cost–benefit ratio.

Author Gerald R. Patterson Releases Second Memoir

Best-selling author Dr. Gerald R. Patterson has published his second memoir, Free and Moving.

Author Dr. Terri Chiara Johnston Expands Support 4 Teachers

Research Press author Terri Chiara Johnston announces expansion of her Ohio-based company.

GIRLS Goes Behind Bars

Girls in Real Life Situations [GIRLS] is being referenced in the Girl Scouts Beyond Bars facilitator’s guide to be used by staff and volunteers when implementing a counseling program serving girls with incarcerated mothers.

Office of Justice Programs Rates ART an "Effective Program"

The Office of Justice Programs, a division of The U.S. Department of Justice, has rated Aggression Replacement Training as an "Effective Program" on its website, CrimeSolutions.gov.

In Memoriam: Betty Yung

Research Press sadly notes the passing of author Betty R. Yung, Ph.D.

USA Today: Parents can build in 'special time' with kids this summer

The May 30 edition of USA Today includes an article quoting Research Press author Dr. Mary K. Alvord.

Studies: ADHD Behavioral Therapy May Be More Effective Than Drugs over Time

A May, 15, 2012 article on the website of Scientific American reports on new studies which suggest that stimulant medications may not be as effective as behavioral-based changes in the long-term.

Report: ART credited with helping to reduce felony recidivism by 24% in Yakima County, WA

Aggression Replacement Training, used as part of a three-pronged approach to reduce juvenile crime, has reportedly helped contribute to a drop of almost 50% in felony crime over the last five years.

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