EDUCATION AND URBAN SOCIETY, 19, 119-36. 19th edition. Washington, DC: Author. Henderson, A. NAEP 1992 READING REPORT CARD FOR THE NATION AND STATES. Prepared for the U.S. Department of Education. Director of Programs, National Urban League. This six year follow-up study to the previously published quasi-experimental . CHAPTER THREE. Ypsilanti, MI: High/Scope Educational Research Foundation. Keith, T. Z., & Keith, P. B. Summer programs and compensatory education: The future of an idea. Web page addresses and e-mail addresses turn into links automatically. CHAPTER TWO The influence of family background on the students’ academic performance. If every parent of a child aged 1 through 9 spent one hour reading or working on schoolwork with his or her child five days a week, American parents would annually devote at least 8.7 billion hours to support their children's reading (U.S. Department of Education 1994a). 3 Effects of Criminal Justice Involvement on Individuals, Families, and Communities. (n.d.). BECOMING A NATION OF READERS: THE REPORT OF THE COMMISSION ON READING. Children's Aid Society. Rioux, J. W., & Berla, N. (1993). Nurturing families has not been a priority on the American agenda. College Board. Stanford, CA: Stanford University, Center for Educational Research. Although teacher certification requirements in about half the states mention the importance of working with families, very few states require extensive coursework or in-service training in working with families ( Radcliffe, Malone, & Nathan 1994). Rosemont, NJ: Modern Learning Press. Heyns, B (1988). SUMMER CHALLENGE: MODEL SUMMER PROGRAMS FOR DISADVANTAGED STUDENTS. Introduction. (1993). National Commission on Children.(1991). I was able to feel pride in my academics because I worked hard and it paid off. Murray, J., & Connberg, B. Maine Meeting Place information available from the Maine Meeting Place Project, c/o York County Parent Awareness, Inc., 150 Main St., Midtown Mall, Sanford, ME 04073, or via e-mail at: sysop@mmp.org. National Family Initiative, U.S. Department of Education. Anderson, R. C., Heibert, E. H., Scott, J. National Parent Information Network (NPIN)information available from: Lilian G. Katz, ERIC/EECE, University of Illinois at Urbana- Champaign, 805 W. Pennsylvania Ave., Urbana, IL, 61801-4897, 1-800-583-4135. Michael, B. February. Denver: National Conference of State Legislatures. Families also have different views on schools, teaching, and their own role in their children's education. Yet many parents say they would be willing to spend more time on homework or other learning activities with their children if teachers gave them more guidance (Epstein 1987; Henderson, Marburger, & Ooms 1986). Bauch, J. P. (1993). THE OTHER 91 PERCENT: STRATEGIES TO IMPROVE THE QUALITY OF OUT-OF-SCHOOL EXPERIENCES OF CHAPTER 1 STUDENTS. In comparison with children with two uninvolved parents (the reference category), youth belonging to families with only one socially active parent are not more likely to be involved. Tips on finding great books, reading nonfiction and more. AU - Lin, Pi Chu. Book Finder Columbia, MD: National Committee for Citizens in Education. Berla, N., Henderson, A., & Kerewsky, W. (1989). Clinton, W. J. (1979). NEA kicks off effort to get parents involved in school. (1994). Gorman, T. (1993). 1985). FAMILY EDUCATION PLAN TRAINING: UTAH NATIONAL DEMONSTRATION PROJECT. Consider the f… D'Angelo, D. (1991). Parents' reactions to teacher practices of parent involvement. REVIEW OF EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH, 63, 3. Ripley, S. (1993). SCHOOLS AND STAFFING IN THE UNITED STATES: A STATISTICAL PROFILE, 1990-91. Boston, MA: Institute forResponsive Education. Washington, DC: Bureau of Justice Statistics. Longmont, CO: Author. Rich, D. (1988). EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN, 3, 18-26. ), CHILD DEVELOPMENT TODAY AND TOMORROW. Aspects of modern life stand in the way. Albany: State University of New York Press. The main results showed positive effects for all the students, but especially for the 223 students who received family support. Bethesda, MD: Abt Associates. A MATTER OF TIME: RISK AND OPPORTUNITY IN THE NONSCHOOL HOURS. Six Years Later: Effect of Family Involvement Training on the Language Skills of Children . Collaboration between schools and disadvantaged parents: Obstacles and openings. New York: Author. Studies of individual families show that what the family does is more important to student success than family income or education. REVIEW OF EDUCATION RESEARCH, 11, 259-304. CHANGED LIVES: THE EFFECTS OF THE PERRY PRESCHOOL PROGRAM ON YOUTHS THROUGH AGE 19. T1 - Effects of a Family Involvement Program in Patients With Central-Line Insertion. Becher, R. (1984). January. (1994). U.S. Bureau of the Census. Washington, DC: National Academy Press. Countless studies have found that kids perform better in school when their parents are involved with their schoolwork. SENIORS IN NATIONAL AND COMMUNITY SERVICE: A REPORT PREPARED FOR THE COMMONWEALTH FUND'S AMERICANS OVER 55 AT WORK PROGRAM. May 17. Salganik, M. W. (1994). Washington, DC: Author. (1994). de Kanter, A., Ginsburg, A. L., & Milne, A. M. (1987). Paths to partnership: What we can learn from federal, state, district, and school initiatives. AU - Lee, Kwo Chen. (1993). PY - 2015/6/3. (1991). Norwood, NJ: Ablex. You must have JavaScript enabled to use this form. AMERICAN SOCIOLOGICAL REVIEW, 57, 72-84. METROPOLITAN LIFE SURVEY OF THE AMERICAN TEACHER 1993: VIOLENCE IN AMERICAN PUBLIC SCHOOLS. SECOND WAVE STUDY OF THE PARENTS AS TEACHERS PROGRAM. Shartrand, A., Kreider, H., & Erickson-Warfield, M. (in press). The Impact of Family Involvement. (1994). VOLUNTEERS IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS. Radin, N. (1972). the past 10 years on the effects of family involvement activities at home and at school on literacy, mathematics, and social-emotional skills for children ages 3 to 8. Moles, O. C. (1993). (1993). Gotts, E. E. (1982). Find the best apps for building literacy skills. Testimony before the Committee on Labor and Human Resources and the Subcommittee on Education, Arts, and Humanities, U.S. Senate. Statistics show that family support for reading – including reading aloud to children – has a major impact on reading success. SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, 266(2). Walberg, H. J. (September, No. A SAMPLER OF PROJECTS AND RESULTS -- THE TRANSPARENT SCHOOL MODEL 1987-1993. Family influences on cognitive development and school achievement. What are the possible effects of disability on the family? FAMILY-COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP WITH THE SCHOOLS. THE EVIDENCE CONTINUES TO GROW: PARENT INVOLVEMENT IMPROVES STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT. (1994). CHAPTER FOUR National Statistics CHAPTER FIVE Measures to improve academic performance. ), FAMILIES AND SCHOOLS IN A PLURALISTIC SOCIETY. (1994). Urbana, IL: ERIC Clearinghouse on Elementary and Early Childhood Education. PUBLIC WELFARE, pp. They need support from all sectors of the community if they are to become more involved in their children's education. ERIC. Guidelines for family television viewing. New York: Author. Parent centers send clear message: Come be a partner in educating your children. NEW DIRECTIONS IN PARENT INVOLVEMENT. In fact, one of the most important factors in your recovery is family involvement and support. COMMENTARY. Parent involvement: What research says to administrators. Current population reports, P20-476. Prepared for the Office of the Under Secretary, U.S. Department of Education. The Effect of Family Involvement on Innovation Outcomes: The Moderating Role of Board Social Capital David Bendig, J. Nils Foege , Stefan Endriß , and Malte Brettel Innovation is an essential and yet puzzling part of family firms’ strategic focus. The 1980s saw the number of poor Hispanic and Asian immigrant children increase dramatically ( Morra 1994). McLaughlin, M. (1994). (1974). Freedman, M. (1994). Princeton, NJ: Educational Testing Service. Unpublished material from survey of state legislative activities on parental involvement. Statistics show that family support for reading – including reading aloud to children – has a major impact on reading success. Finney, P. (1993). New York: Academy for Educational Development. Many immigrant families do not speak or understand English. Henderson, A. T., Marburger, C. L., & Ooms, T. (1986). Singer, J. L., Singer, D.G., Desmond, R., Hirsch, B., Nichol, A. U.S. Department of Education. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. Click the "Endnotes" link above to hide these endnotes. Barton, P.E., & Coley, R.J. (1992). (1992). (1989). A NEW GENERATION OF EVIDENCE: THE FAMILY IS CRITICAL TO STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT. Washington, DC: Author. Washington, DC: Author. What is the effect of parent involvement on children’s learning? Literature review. More and more parents face the difficult task of raising their children alone. (1994). Henderson, A. T., & Berla, N. (1994). The 26th Annual Phi Delta Kappa/Gallup Poll of the Public's Attitudes Toward the Public Schools. NEWSWEEK, November 22. A., & Wilkinson, I. Leler, H. (1983). (1984). EMPLOYERS, FAMILIES, AND EDUCATION: FACILITATING FAMILY INVOLVEMENT IN LEARNING. Personal Correspondence. I got 100% on that test and it is a memory that is still so alive today. Melaville, A. I., & Blank, M. J. MANUAL FOR TEACHERS: TEACHERS INVOLVE PARENTS IN SCHOOLWORK (TIPS) MATH AND SCIENCE INTERACTIVE HOMEWORK IN THE ELEMENTARY GRADES. Epstein, J. L., & Salinas, K. C. (1992). National Education Commission on Time and Learning. Does parental involvement affect eighth-grade student achievement? ), FAMILIES AND SCHOOLS IN A PLURALISTIC SOCIETY (pp. New York: Carnegie Corporation of New York. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Education, Planning and Evaluation Service. Solomon, Z. P. (1991). There are three basic ways it is thought that fathers affect their children’s development. U.S. Department of Education. Teachers’ perceptions of the effects of family involvement on literacy achievement 4 school until I was where my classmates were. Education begins at birth. The effect of income of parents. Uncertainty about what to do and their own importance. INTEGRATING SERVICES FOR CHILDREN AND FAMILIES: UNDERSTANDING THE PAST TO SHAPE THE FUTURE. Stevenson, H. (1993). MASS MUTUAL FAMILY VALUES STUDY. Family programs for academic learning. Ferguson, S., Outreach coordinator for the National Information Center for Children and Youth with Disabilities. Click the "References" link above to hide these references. Excerpted from: Strong Families, Strong Schools. Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office. Puma, M. J., Jones, C. C., Rock, D., & Fernandez, R. (1993). The PTA/Newsweek national education survey. The role of parent involvement in children's academic achievement. Information highway without tollbooths: Maryland is the first state to offer free access to the Internet. (1990). In B. I. Williams, P.A. This is true whether the family is rich or poor, whether the parents finished high school or not, or whether the child is in preschool or in the upper grades (Coleman 1966;Epstein 1991a; Stevenson & Baker 1987; de Kanter, Ginsburg, & Milne 1986; Henderson & Berla 1994; Keith & Keith 1993; Liontos 1992; Walberg, n.d.). National Education Goals Panel. Spring. In N. Chavkin (Ed. Educating poor minority children. Few teacher preparation programs address techniques for communicating with families, and many teachers and other school staff may simply not know how to go about involving parents more in their children's learning. This suggests just how delicate beginnings can be in a child’s educational development, and just how important it is for less … (a href="ed360683.html">ERIC Abstract). BEYOND THE BAKE SALE: AN EDUCATOR'S GUIDE TO WORKING WITH PARENTS. involvement has been measured in the research literature. Peter D. Hart Research Associates, Inc. (1994). Families and Work Institute. November. SPEAKING OF KIDS: A NATIONAL SURVEY OF CHILDREN AND PARENTS. Answers depend on the type of parent involvement, type of learning outcome, and characteristics of families. Watch or listen to our classroom video, author interviews and more. A. G. (1985). PARENT INVOLVEMENT STRATEGIES: A NEW EMPHASIS ON TRADITIONAL PARENT ROLES. The family-school relation and the child's school performance. Final (annual) report. 1. This report summarizes research conducted primarily over the past 10 years on how families’ involvement in children’s learning and development through activities at home and at school affects the literacy, mathematics, and social-emotional skills of children ages 3 to 8. Y1 - 2015/6/3. There have been many assertions about how the effects of criminal justice involvement may reach beyond the imprisoned individual and affect his or her family, extended family, and the … Conference Board. Philadelphia: Public/Private Ventures. In practice, however, only half of parents with children under age 9 say they read to them every day (Gorman 1993). COMMUNITY RESOURCES FOR STUDENTS: A NEW LOOK AT THEIR ROLE AND IMPORTANCE AND A PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION OF THEIR DISTRIBUTION ACROSS COMMUNITIES. Positive Effects of Parent Involvement & Education. Washington, DC: Author. PARENT INVOLVEMENT IN CHAPTER 1: A REPORT TO THE INDEPENDENT REVIEW PANEL. Personal coorespondence. April. Lueder, D. C. (1989). Poor parental monitoring and supervision, inadequate communication at home, experience with foster care and maltreatment and having a parent absent are strong correlates of juvenile delinquency. Family mediation and children's cognition, aggression and comprehension of television: A longitudinal study. U.S. Department of Education. Princeton Junction, NJ: Eye on Education. White, B. L. (1987). Lexington, MA: D.C. Heath. Men's happiness may depend on this family dynamic; Parenting. Family Service America. (1993). Parents' attitudes and practices of involvement in inner-city elementary and middle schools. Epstein, J. L. (1987). DESIGNS FOR CHANGE. EQUITY 2000 NATIONAL IMPLEMENTATION REPORT. Forty-eight percent of older adolescents (14-17 years old) agreed (National Commission on Children 1991). New York: Author. Spingfield, MA; Author. In W. Damon (Ed. Coleman, J. S., Campbell, E. Q., Hobson, C. J., McPartland, J., Mood, A. M., Weinfeld, F. D., & York, R. L. (1966). Caplan, N., Choy, M. H., & Whitmore, J. K. (1992). (1994). TRAINING FOR PARENT PARTNERSHIP: MUCH MORE SHOULD BE DONE. (September, 1994). Meet your favorite authors and illustrators in our video interviews. CHILDREN AND TELEVISION: A PRIMER FOR PARENTS. Dauber, S. L., & Epstein, J. L. (1993). We also investigated interaction effects of gender and gender-role norms. Snyder, T. D., & Fromboluti, C. S. (1993). However, this prosperity is dependent upon the academic success of the students, where academic success means the ability of the students to apply the skills and knowledge learnt at school. Nicolau, S., & Ramos, C. L. (1990). Low-income parents have less contact with schools than do their better-off counterparts (Moles 1993). White, B. L. (1988). (1994a). (1990). Los Angeles: Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund. Busy parents often make efforts to find ways to be involved in their children's lives, especially at their schools. Parental social participation is also important for children’s social involvement, but its effects depend on whether parents occupy leadership roles (see Model 2). For example, many children are left at home alone, unsupervised or watching television for hours a day. This language barrier may be a special problem for low-income families who have little or no education themselves. Berrueta-Clement, J. R., Schweinhart, L., Barnett, W., Epstein, W., and Weikart, D. (1984). The single most important activity for building the knowledge required for eventual success in reading is reading aloud to children (Anderson et al. ), SCHOOL/FAMILY PARTNERSHIPS. Seven current, peer-reviewed, empirical researches that examined the effects the family can have on delinquency were reviewed following a database search on the topic. Strong Families, Strong Schools: Building Community Partnerships for Learning. Although some would like to make home visits to families or talk more with students' parents, many teachers are parents themselves and have families to attend to. Our reading resources assist parents, teachers, and other educators in helping struggling readers build fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension skills. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University, Center on Families, Communities, Schools and Children's Learning. EDUCATIONAL HORIZONS, 66(2), 93-95. AT-RISK FAMILIES AND SCHOOLS BECOMING PARTNERS. 17-23. Fall. LITERACY THROUGH FAMILY, COMMUNITYAND SCHOOL INTERACTION. Liontos, L. B. From Migrant Families. Chapin Hall Center for Children. Younger children are often excited to see their parents in a volunteer role, and it may help to give them a positive outlook on school. MEGASKILLS: HOW FAMILIES CAN HELP CHILDREN SUCCEED IN SCHOOL AND BEYOND. Columbia, MD: National Committee for Citizens in Education. Epstein, J. L. (1991a). 5. ED 093 501). Washington, DC: National Committee for Citizens in Education. Real questions from parents and educators, answered by experts. (1994). Davies, D. (1988). Working parents are often faced with trying to complete all household duties in the limited time available. (1992). A REPORT ON LONGITUDINAL EVALUATIONS OF PRESCHOOL PROGRAMS, VOL. Author, 5. Objectives Family involvement is strongly recommended in clinical guidelines but suffers from poor implementation. Clark, R. M. (1990). WORKING WITH FAMILIES: PROMISING PROGRAMS TO HELP PARENTS SUPPORT YOUNG CHILDREN'S LEARNING. While it is clear that families remain involved in the lives of loved ones following placement in a nursing home, little research has examined whether visiting and the provision of care has effects on the emotional stress and psychological well-being of family members. The relative importance of home and school in the development of literacy skills for middle-grade students. Watch one-on-one reading support in action with K-3 students, FAQs Washington, DC: National Academy of Education. Radin, N. (1969). Washington, DC: Research and Evaluation Associates. New York, NY: Author. (n.d.). The impact of a kindergarten home counseling program. Pinpoint the problem a struggling reader is having and how to help, Reading Interventions Overall, the study reveals the effectiveness of peer learning to improve reading comprehension skills and the potential of family involvement for the development of academic skills when the school provides trust and support for it. RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT REPORT. PRISONERS OF TIME. White Plains, NY: Longman. Other parents may have had bad experiences with school themselves and are reluctant to return to school even as a parent, or they may feel intimidated and unsure about the value of their contributions compared with those of a teacher. Benefits of family involvement for students documented by the studies include: higher marks and test scores; improved attendance; more homework completed; fewer special education placements; better attitudes and behavior; improved graduation rates; and greater participation in post-secondary education programs. The difference in lifetime earning between a student who did not graduate from high school and one who did is over $200,000. Questions about reading, writing, dyslexia and more, Author Interviews Wilson, J.Q. What to do about crime. Themed Booklists International comparisons show the high academic success of students from Asian countries, which many attribute to the priority their families give to education (Stevenson 1993). Calculations based on information from the 1994 Condition of Education, the 1993 Digest of Education Statistics, and the 1993 Statistical Abstract of the United States. St. Louis: Parents as Teachers National Center. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan. MONITORING THE FUTURE. Louis Harris and Associates. Teachers also are strapped for time. Hampton, NH: RMC Research Corporation. Copyright © 2021 WETA Public Broadcasting, Visit WETA's other education websites: Start with a Book  |  Colorín Colorado  |  AdLit  |  LD OnLine, The reasons why some kids struggle with reading, Target the Problem! Scott, R., & Davis, A. 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Washington, DC: U.S. Governement Printing Office. (1993). (1993). family involvement, intervention is likely to be unsuccessful, and what few effects are achieved are likely to disappear once the intervention is discontinued. U.S. Department of Education. Washington, D.C.: National Center for Education Statistics, U.S. Department of Education. In many cases, they may become co-managers of your care. However, research has uncovered a variety of reasons why many families aren't as involved as they could be. Personal correspondence. URBAN SANCTUARIES. SCHOOL CRIME: A NATIONAL CRIME VICTIMIZATION SURVEY REPORT. S., Dossey, J. Much of the current research focuses on effects of father involvement on child development (Lamb 2004). (1994). Washington, DC: National Research Council. (1994). The teacher can get a better understanding of individual family dynamic… (1993b). Eugene: University of Oregon, ERIC Clearinghouse on Educational Management. AMERICA'S SMALLEST SCHOOL: THE FAMILY. Lines and paragraphs break automatically. 26 September, 2017 . (1994). Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University, Center on Families, Communities, Schools and Children's Learning. Epstein, J. L. (1986). The education level of parents. A total of 95 studies of family involvement are reviewed. Bastian, L. & Taylor, B. 66 percent of employed parents with children under 18 say they do not have enough time for their children (Families and Work Institute 1994). (1985). Powledge, T. (1994). PREPARING TEACHERS TO INVOLVE PARENTS: A NATIONAL SURVEY OF TEACHER EDUCATION PROGRAMS. Hill, Alan T., President of the Corporation for Educational Technology. CHILD DEVELOPMENT, 4, 1355-1364. Parental involvement at school can help build positive interactions between parents and kids, as well as parents and teachers. Bempechat, J. 1  Compared to students whose parents are uninvolved, kids with involved parents get better grades and are thought more highly of by teachers. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. Levin, H. M. (1989) ACCELERATED SCHOOLS AFTER THREE YEARS. Children's Defense Fund. Based on Ballen, J., & Moles, O. In money terms, if the children's teachers spent the same time one-on-one, the cost to American taxpayers would be approximately $230 billion more in 1991 – about the same as what the American public pays yearly for the entire K-12 public American education enterprise. PARTNERS FOR REFORM IN SCIENCE AND MATH (PRISM). THE NATIONAL EDUCATION GOALS REPORT: BUILDING A NATION OF LEARNERS. Washington, DC: Policy Studies Associates. Clark, R. M. (1988). There is public support for greater family involvement in learning: But if family involvement is so important, why isn't more of it happening? Columbus, OH: National Middle School Association. PARENT LEADERSHIP PROGRAM. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press. PARENT INVOLVEMENT: A REVIEW OF RESEARCH AND PRINCIPLES OF SUCCESSFUL PRACTICE. Three degrees of maternal involvement in a preschool program: Impact on mothers and children. From this approach, families and schools are the main actors in the construction of their roles and forms of involvement, generating new and varied actions to relate to each other according to the specific educational context. Furano, K., Roaf, P. A., Styles, M. B., & Branch, A. Y. Family involvement and dementia care A 2007 study titled “Partners in caregiving in a special care environment: Cooperative communication between staff and families on dementia units” found that effective partnerships between family members and long-term care are critical for the quality of care of the residents with dementia. Families as partners in educational productivity. Personal correspondence. WORK-FAMILY ROUNDTABLE, 4 (2). March 16, 1994. Online book prepared by ERIC Clearinghouse on Urban Education. (1988). (1990). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. Chicago: Author. Hughes, E., Administrator for Education Support Services, McAllen Independent School District. Written by Samantha Hanly . (1994). Parental involvement in children’s education from an early age has a significant effect on educational achievement, and continues to do so into adolescence and adulthood.1 The quality and content of fathers’ involvement matter more for children’s outcomes than … Mason, (eds. Washington, DC: National Information Center for Children and Youth with Disabilities. However, research has uncovered a variety of reasons why many families aren't as involved as they could be. Collaboration on the gridiron: an interview with Fred Bowen and James Ransome. COMMUNITY EDUCATION RESEARCH DIGEST, 2(2), 11-19. (1994). One of the major issues in examining outcomes of father involvement is to identify unique effects of fathers separate from mothers. PARENTING YOUR TEENAGER IN THE '90s. Internal AFT Survey of elementary and secondary school teachers' views on school reform. Albany: State University of New York Press. Among students aged 10 to 13, 72 percent said they would like to talk to their parents more about schoolwork. Toward a knowledge base for school learning. (1992). Philadelphia: Public/Private Ventures. Create your own booklists from our library of 5,000 books! In R. Haskins & D. Adams (Eds. The difference for a student who received a bachelor's degree or more is almost $1 million (The U.S. Census Bureau 1994). (1994b). Washington, DC: National Institute of Education. 98 (3), 25-34. It can also build and improve the relationships between parents and teachers. PROGRESS REPORT, OCTOBER 1992 TO JUNE 1993. ), DESIGNS FOR COMPENSATORY EDUCATION: CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS AND PAPERS. Washington, DC: U.S. Government Accounting Office. R&D PREVIEW, 9 (3), 2-3. Scott-Jones, D. (1984). Effects on student achievement of teacherpractices of parent involvement. Mullis, I.V.S., Campbell, J.R., Farstrup, A.E. Choy, S. P., Henke, R. R., Alt, M. N., Hedrich, E. A., & Bobbitt, S. A. 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