Intervention Integrity: New Paradigms and Applications
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The first author has received, two NIMH grants, R34MH072982 and R01MH075787, for the purpose of this research. This research was made possible, in part, by the support of the School District of Philadelphia. Opinions contained in this report reflect those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect those of the School District of Philadelphia.
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