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Continuing effects of early enrichment in adult life: The Turkish Early Enrichment Project 22 years later

Results from a 19-year follow-up assessment of outcomes in the areas of educational attainment, socioeconomic success, family relationships, life satisfaction, and social adjustment among 131 children from The Turkish Early Enrichment Project (TEEP), a four-year study conducted in low income areas of Istanbul, Turkey, in which children experienced one of three alternative care environments, and half of mothers were randomly assigned to receive mother training
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