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22 J. Offender Rehab. 1 (1995)

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Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, Vol. 22 (1/2,1995. Pp. 1-20.
©  1995by The Haworth Press, Inc. All rights reserved.


13  TOWARD A META-ANALYSIS OFCORRECTIONAL REHABIUTATION




    CDATE: UPDATING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF
  CORRECTIONAL TREATMENT25 YEARS LATER




                            DOUGLAS  S. UPTON
                        National Drug Research Institute, Inc


      EDITOR'S NOTE This article, published by special invitation,  an-
      nounces the initiation of what is perhaps the most significant research
      endeavor in correctional rehabilitation of the past quarter century.
      Readers who  have conducted studies evaluating correctional measures
      and who believe their study (published or unpublished) meets the speci-
      fied criteria and should be consideredfor incorporation into this re-
      search effort are asked to send a copy to Dr. Douglas S. Lipton, NDRI,
      11 Beach St., New York, NY 10013. Readers with questions are invited to
      call Dr Lipton at 212-966-8700 Ext 434.


      ABSTRACT Correctional   Drug Abuse Treatment Effectiveness (CDATE)
      will assemble and annotate all evaluation research studies on rehabilita-
      lion programs for offenders, drug abusing and non-drug abusing alike,
      conducted since 1968, i.e., since the studies reported by Lipton, Martin-
      son and Wilks in The Effectiveness of Correctional Treatment: A Survey
      of Treatment Evaluation Studies (1975).This three-year project also will
      conduct a comprehensive detailed review of such studies in all levels of
      criminal justice custody. It will seek out all credible evaluation studies
      of treatment of offenders from all countries, examine and assemble them
      to inform policy and practice in the most meaningful way. This will
      include performing. a variety of analyses including meta-analyses
      comparing the effect of each treatment on each of the outcome variables

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