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Early intervention and juvenile delinquency prevention: Evidence from the Chicago Longitudinal Study

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An investigation of the role of a a range of individual, family, peer, and school-level predictors, including preschool participation in the Chicago CPC program, in preventing juvenile delinquency for at-risk youth, using data from the Chicago Longitudinal Study
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United States

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