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A meta-analysis of the effects of early developmental prevention programs in at-risk populations on non-health outcomes in adolescence

A meta-analysis of 17 studies, conducted from 1970 through 2008, of the effects of 11 early developmental prevention programs, delivered to at risk populations, on adolescent outcomes in the domains of cognitive development, educational/academic success, socioemotional development, deviance, social participation, criminal justice outcomes, and family well-being
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