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Jiménez, J. M., Mata, E., León, E., & Munoz, A. (2013). Parental Stress and Children Adjustment in Kinship Foster Families. The Spanish Journal of Psychology, 16, E39.
https://doi.org/10.1017/sjp.2013.41

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  • TITLE: Effects of Parent Training Programs on Parental Stress in a General Swedish Population Sample

    AUTHORS: Hans O. Löfgren, Solveig Petersen, Karin Nilsson, Mojgan Padyab, Mehdi Ghazinour, Bruno Hägglöf

    KEYWORDS: Parental Training Program, Parental Stress, Universal Prevention, SPSQ

    JOURNAL NAME: Psychology, Vol.8 No.5, March 31, 2017

    ABSTRACT: This is a confirmatory study that assessed the effects of parent training programs on parental stress in a general population. There is a need to repeat and confirm earlier findings to acquire solid knowledge for policy stakeholders. In a quasi-experimental design, self-reported data were gathered at three occasions from 83 parents of children between the ages from one to ten years. These parents had responded to advertisements of parent training programs, and were matched to a comparison group of 83 parents chosen from a governmental database. Parent training program based upon behavioral, cognitive-behavioral, Adlerian and family system-theories. Parental stress due to incompetence, role restriction, social isolation, spousal relationship problems, and health problems were measured by the Swedish Parenthood Stress Questionnaire that is based on the Parent Stress Index Scale. The data indicated a reduction of stress in the sub-scale of health problems among parents in the intervention group with an effect size of 0.33, however, no other subscale showed the intervention as a significant variable when controlling for confounding variables. This study adds on the accumulated knowledge of supporting interventions for parents. We conclude that parent training programs have a significant effect on the stress components of parental health when implemented in real-life settings.