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,

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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