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Understanding the mechanisms through which an influential early childhood program boosted adult outcomes

A study of the effects of Perry Preschool, a program for at risk children in Ypsilanti, Michigan, on children's cognitive and personality skills, and an examination of the relationships of these skills, and of the program's contribution to these skills, to later academic, labor market, health, and crime outcomes, based on longitudinal data through age 40 for 123 randomly-assigned participants
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United States

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