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Evaluation of the effectiveness of the Childhood Development Initiative's Mate-Tricks pro-social behaviour after-school programme

An impact and process evaluation of Mate-Tricks, an after school socioemotional development program for 9- and 10-year-old children in Ireland, that examines program effects on children's pro- and anti-social behavior outcomes, as well as stakeholder perceptions of the program, based on child, parent, and teacher reports for 589 randomly-assigned children, as well as on site observations and stakeholder interviews and focus groups
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