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date: 08 July 2020

(p. xi) About the Editors

(p. xi) About the Editors

Thomas J. Dishion

Thomas J. Dishion, PhD, is professor of psychology at Arizona State University. He has conducted translational research on child and adolescent mental health for over 25 years. He has worked on theoretical models of child and adolescent socialization, family and peer interaction methodology, child and adolescent substance use and problem behavior, adolescent depression, family-based intervention, behavior-change theory, prevention science, dynamic systems, and most recently, social neuroscience. He and his colleagues developed the Family Check-Up intervention, a brief, preventive intervention service that is being disseminated internationally.

James J. Snyder

James J. Snyder, PhD, is professor of psychology at Wichita State University. His research focuses on the development of psychopathology during childhood and adolescence from the perspective of socialization in family, sibling, peer, and school environments and implementation and evaluation of the Family Check-Up, an assessment-based intervention for families that is tailored to individual family needs. (p. xii)