PFRG: research projects
Great Parenting Experiment: The Effects of Media Based Delivery of Parenting Advice on Anti-Social Behaviour in Children
This study examined the impact of a TV series, "Driving Mum and Dad Mad" on parents who watched the series. some parents were selected at random to also recieve a workbook to accompany the series, and to have access to addtional web-based resources.
Duration of the project
Respect Task Force
Members of the project
|Professor Rachel Calam||Principal investigator|
This project is now completed, and the results are published.
Sanders, MR, Calam, R, Durand, M, Liversidge, T and Carmont, SA. (2008) Does self-directed and web-based support for parents enhance the effects of viewing a reality television series based on the Triple P Positive Parenting programme? Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry. 49(9) 924-932.
Calam, RM, Sanders, MR, Carmont, SA, Miller, C & Sadhnani, V, (2008) Can technology and the media help reduce dysfunctional parenting and increase engagement with preventative parenting interventions? Child Maltreatment, 13(4) 347-361.