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Booth-LaForce, C., and Oxford, M. L. (2018). Randomized controlled trial of the Promoting First Relationships® preventive intervention for primary caregivers and toddlers in an American Indian community. Unpublished manuscript submitted to HomVEE.

Model(s) Reviewed: Promoting First Relationships®–Home Visiting Option
Rating: Low

ClinicalTrials.gov. National Library of Medicine (U.S.). (2016). Collaborative perinatal mental health and parenting support in primary care. Study description. Identifier NCT02724774. Retrieved April 25, 2019 from: https://clinicaltrials.gov/show/nct02724774.

Model(s) Reviewed: Promoting First Relationships®–Home Visiting Option
Rating: Does not pass screens

Hallam, R. A., Han, M., Vu, J., & Hustedt, J. T. (2016). Meaningful family engagement in early care and education programs: The role of home visits in promoting positive parent-child interaction. In J. A. Sutterby (Ed.), Family Involvement in Early Education and Child Care (pp. 51–66). Bingley, United Kingdom: Emerald Group Publishing Limited.

Model(s) Reviewed: Promoting First Relationships®–Home Visiting Option
Rating: Does not pass screens

Hastings, P. D., Kahle, S., Fleming, C., Lohr, M. J., Katz, L. F., & Oxford, M. L. (2018). An intervention that increases parental sensitivity in families referred to Child Protective Services also changes toddlers’ parasympathetic regulation. Developmental Science, 1-14.

Model(s) Reviewed: Promoting First Relationships®–Home Visiting Option
Rating: Low

Jones, E. J. H., Dawson, G., Kelly, J., Estes, A., & Jane Webb, S. (2017). Parent-delivered early intervention in infants at risk for ASD: Effects on electrophysiological and habituation measures of social attention. Autism Research, 10(5), 961–972.

Model(s) Reviewed: Promoting First Relationships®–Home Visiting Option
Rating: Low

Jones, E. J., Dawson, G., Kelly, J., Estes, A., & Jane Webb, S. (2017). Parent-delivered early intervention in infants at risk for ASD: Effects on electrophysiological and habituation measures of social attention. Autism Research, 10(5), 961–972.

Model(s) Reviewed: Promoting First Relationships®–Home Visiting Option
Rating: Does not pass screens

Nelson, E. M., & Spieker, S. J. (2013). Intervention effects on morning and stimulated cortisol responses  among toddlers in foster care. Infant Mental Health Journal, 34(3), 211-221.

Model(s) Reviewed: Promoting First Relationships®–Home Visiting Option
Rating: Low

Oxford, M. L., Fleming, C. B., Nelson, E. M., Kelly, J. F., & Spieker, S. J. (2013). Randomized trial of Promoting First Relationships: effects on maltreated toddlers' separation distress and sleep regulation after reunification. Children & Youth Services Review, 35, 1988-1992.

Model(s) Reviewed: Promoting First Relationships®–Home Visiting Option
Rating: Low

Oxford, M. L., Marcenko, M., Fleming, C. B., Lohr, M. J., & Spieker, S. J. (2016). Promoting birth parents’ relationships with their toddlers upon reunification: Results from Promoting First Relationships® home visiting program. Children and Youth Services Review, 61, 109–116.

Model(s) Reviewed: Promoting First Relationships®–Home Visiting Option
Rating: Does not pass screens

Oxford, M. L., Spieker, S. J., Lohr, M. J., & Fleming, C. B. (2016). Promoting First Relationships®: Randomized trial of a 10-week home visiting program with families referred to child protective services. Child Maltreatment, 21(4), 267–277.

Model(s) Reviewed: Promoting First Relationships®–Home Visiting Option
Rating: Does not pass screens