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Correspondence to Theresa J. Jordan.

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This research was supported in part by a grant from the National Science Foundation. The authors wish to acknowledge the generous assistance of E. J. Pedhazur at New York University, who helped to clarify selected aspects of analytic methods.

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Jordan, T.J., Grallo, R., Deutsch, M. et al. Long-term effects of early enrichment: A 20-year perspective on persistence and change. Am J Commun Psychol 13, 393–415 (1985). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00911216

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  • Social Psychology
  • Health Psychology
  • Early Enrichment