Evidence Based Practices

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  • 1
    Which is NOT a Principle of Effective Intervention?
    Protective Principle
    Treatment Principle
    Need Principle
    Risk Principle
    Fidelity Principle
  • 2
    Which Principle of Effective Intervention is meant to "treat risk factors associated with offending behavior"?
    Need Principle
    Fidelity Principle
    Treatment Principle
    Risk Principle
  • 3
    Skills development, role modeling, behavioral rehearsals, and mentoring describes which evidence-based treatment model?
    Aggression Replacement Training
    Cognitive Behavioral
    Social Learning
  • 4
    Multisystemic therapy (MST), Functional Family therapy (FFT), and Brief Strategic Family therapy are examples of:
    Aggression Replacement Training
    Family-Based Therapies
    Treatment Models
    Static Factors
  • 5
    The following are examples of treatment fidelity EXCEPT:
    Deliver program to the intended audience
    Fidelity Monitoring Checklists
    Practicing safety standards
    Following the curriculum as designed
    Deliver program in the proper context
  • 6
    What constitutes "Evidence Based"?
    The evaluation must have used sound methodology, including, but not limited to, random assignment, use of control groups, valid and reliable measures, low attrition, and appropriate analysis
    There is evidence that replication by different implementation teams at different sites is possible with similar positive outcomes
    Treatments and practices, which have been independently evaluated and found to reduce the likelihood of recidivism or at least two criminogenic needs, with a juvenile population
    Studies that provide evidence of statistically significant positive effects of adequate size and duration
    All of the Above
  • 7
    Which is a GOOD predictor of continuing offending behavior?
    Low self-esteem
    Living in a poor Neighborhood
    Mental Disorders
    Lack of parental control
  • 8
    Which Principle of Effective Intervention tailors treatments to meet special needs?
    Risk Principle
    Treatment Principle
    Responsivity Principle
    Need Principle
    Fidelity Principle
  • 9
    Which Principle of Effective Intervention targets high-risk offenders?
    Responsivity Principle
    Need Principle
    Fidelity Principle
    Treatment Principle
    Risk Principle
  • 10
    Which is NOT a characteristic of the Risk Principle?
    Matching levels of treatment services-intensity and duration- to the risk level of the offender
    Treating high-risk youth to achieve the greatest reduction in re-offending behavior
    Mixing high- and low-risk youth
    Utilize intensive community-based treatment for low-risk, high-risk youth

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