Conducting Change: Preventing Conduct Disorder for At-Risk Elementary Students- A Proposed Prevention Program


  • Emma Watson, School Psychology PhD student, Research Project Coordinator, University of Kansas
  • Regan Schultz, School Psychology PhD Student,, University of Kansas


Individuals with childhood-onset conduct disorder (CD) are more likely to demonstrate physical aggression towards others, have disturbed peer relationships, and have CD in adulthood. Early identification of children at high risk for antisocial behavior is crucial. Despite the concerns demonstrated in research for CD the actual implementation of prevention and treatment remains a challenge. This poster will present information about Conducting Change, a proposed prevention program for elementary school students at-risk for CD.

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