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Early childhood intervention and juvenile delinquency: An exploratory analysis of the Chicago Child-Parent Centers

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An investigation of the relationship between participation in the Chicago Child-Parent Center and Expansion (CPC) Program, during preschool to third grade, and measures of juvenile delinquency among a sample of low income, mainly African American youths, using data from the Chicago Longitudinal Study
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United States
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Illinois

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