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Parent-Child Connectedness Bibliography A-K

ETR Associates and the Annie E. Casey Foundation

Parent-Child Connectedness:
Bridging Research and Intervention Design (PCC BRIDGE) Project

Project Bibliography, A-K
January 2004

Bibliography L-Z


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Anderson Moore, K. and J. F. Zaff (2002). Building a better teenager: A summary of what works in adolescent development. Washington DC, Child Trends: 6.

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Annie E. Casey Foundation. (2003). Kid's Count Pocket Guide - Latino Children. State-Level Measures of Child Well-Being from the 2000 Census. Baltimore, MD. 24.

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