Fast Track Project – Multi-Site Prevention of Adolescent Conduct Problems

This study was a multi-site (Durham, N.C.; Nashville, Tenn.; Seattle, Wash.; and rural Pennsylvania) intervention designed to investigate and prevent the onset of behavioral and psychological problems in adolescents. Since its inception, the project has involved approximately 900 children in intervention, normative and control groups. Fast Track researchers evaluated the longitudinal outcomes of the intervention and the project’s guiding hypotheses concerning the development of conduct problems.