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Reynolds Arthur J., Temple Judy A., White Barry A. B., Ou Suh-Ruu, Robertson Dylan L., January/February 2011
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A societal cost-benefit analysis of the Child-Parent Centers, based on findings from a complete cohort of over 1,400 program and comparison group participant data collected up to age 26
Reynolds Arthur J., Temple Judy A., Ou Suh-Ruu, Robertson Dylan L., Mersky Joshua, Topitzes James W., Niles Michael D., August 2007
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A 19-year follow-up of the long-term effects of the Chicago Child-Parent Center (CPC) program in the areas of educational attainment, criminal behavior, economic status, health, and mental health
Reynolds Arthur J., Temple Judy A., Ou Suh-Ruu, Robertson Dylan L., Mersky Joshua, Topitzes James W., Niles Michael D., 30 March, 2007
Reports & Papers
A 20-year follow-up of the long-term effects of the Chicago Child-Parent Center (CPC) program on the educational attainment, adult criminal behavior, health, and economic well-being of child participants and on the educational attainment, economic…
Reynolds Arthur J., Temple Judy A., Robertson Dylan L., Mann Emily A., 2001
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
An article on the effects of the Chicago Child Parent Center Program, a comprehensive early intervention for children from low-income families, on school outcomes and juvenile arrests fifteen years postprogram.