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Nelson, T. D., & Steele, R. G. (2007). Predictors of practitioner self-reported use of evidence-based practices: Practitioner training, clinical setting, and attitudes toward research. (2007). Administration and Policy in Mental Health & Mental Health Research Services, 34: 319-330. Summary obtained from Data Trends: Summaries of Current Research Findings in the Children’s Mental Health Field, 2007, R. Friedman, K. Kutash, & C. Newman (Eds.). Summary No. 147. Available at: http://datatrends.fmhi.usf.edu/Summary_147.pdf

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