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Guidelines for Prevention Practice, Research, and Education
Guidelines for prevention practice, research, and education

In addition to theoretical approaches, scholars have outlined best practices in prevention (Hage et al., 2007). This set of 15 Guidelines first published by Hage et al. (2007) has since evolved, under the leadership of a Work Group of psychologists, into a set of 9 Prevention Guidelines, summarized in Table 3.1. The Guidelines have been discussed and reviewed by psychologists, through meetings and conferences and through a period of public review and comment. The Guidelines have also been reviewed by the American Psychological Association (APA) boards, committees, and divisions. Throughout the review process, the Guidelines have been revised to address comments of stakeholders. The initial goal is for the Guidelines to be ...

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