Early educational intervention, early cumulative risk, and the early home environment as predictors of young adult outcomes within a high-risk sample
Pungello, Elizabeth Puhn;
Wasik, Barbara H.;
Ramey, Craig T.;
Campbell, Frances A.;
||An examination effects of the Abecedarian study and the CARE study, two randomized trials of early intervention, on young adult outcomes and an examination of the possible mediators of early cumulative risk and the early home environment in a sample of 139 young adults at age 21, from high-risk families enrolled as infants
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