A prospective study of life events, social support, and psychological symptomatology during the transition from high school to college
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The authors acknowledge the assistance of Dean Keith Miser and Assistant Dean Corinne Richard in conducting this study; and the assistance of Cynthia Warner, Glen Davis, and Carolyn Forsythe in various aspects of data collection and analysis. Lesley A. Slavin is now at Virginia Commonwealth University and Kathryn Vannatta is at the University of Oregon.
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