IT20119Barnett, W.S. (1985) The Perry Preschool Program and Its long-term effects: a benefit-cost analysisSelect
IT20005Barnett, WS (1985) Benefit-cost analysis of the Perry Preschool Program and its policy implicationsSelect
IT20006Barnett, WS (1993) Benefit-cost analysis of preschool education: findings from a 25-year follow-upSelect
IT20007Barnett, WS (1996) Lives in the balance: age-27 benefit-cost analysis of the High /Scope Perry Preschool ProgramSelect
IT20008Berrueta-Clement, JR et al (1984) Changed lives: the effects of the Perry Preschool Program on youths through age 19Select
IT11427Campbell FA; et al (2002 ) Early childhood education: young adult outcomes from the Abecedarian ProjectSelect
IT11428Campbell FA;Ramey CT; (1989 ) Preschool vs. School-Age Intervention for Disadvantaged Children: Where Should We Put Our Efforts?Select
IT11423Campbell FA;Ramey CT; (1994 ) Effects of early intervention on intellectual and academic achievement: a follow-up study of children from low-income familiesSelect
IT11424Campbell FA;Ramey CT; (1995 ) Cognitive and school outcomes for high-risk African-American students at middle adolescence: positive effects of early interventionSelect
IT20104Campbell, F.A; Breitmayer, B; Ramey, C (1986) Disadvantaged single teenage mothers and their children: consequences of free educational day careSelect
IT20252Campbell, FA (1995)Select
IT20251Campbell, FA (1996)Select
IT20077Campbell, FA; Pungello, E (2000) High quality child care has long-term educational benefits for poor childrenSelect
IT11430Clarke SH;Campbell FA; (1998 ) Can intervention early prevent crime later? The Abercedarian Project compared with other programs.Select
IT20092Conrad, KJ; Eash, MJ (1983) Measuring implementation and multiple outcomes in a child parent center compensatory education programSelect
IT11449Feagans LV;Farran DC; (1994 ) The effects of daycare intervention in the preschool years on the narrative skills of poverty children in kindergartenSelect
IT11450Feagans LV;Fendt K;Farran DC; (1995 ) The effects of day care intervention on teacher's ratings of the elementary school discourse skills in disadvantaged childrenSelect
IT20102Fuerst, J.S; Fuerst, D (1993) Chicago experience with an early childhood programme: the special case of the Child Parent Center ProgramSelect
IT20025Gramlich, EM (1986) Evaluation of education projects: the case of the Perry Preschool ProgramSelect
IT20032Holtermann, S (1998) Practical applicationsSelect
IT20027Karoly, LA et al (1998) Investing in our children: what we know and don't know about the costs and benefits of early childhood interventionsSelect
IT11496Martin SL;Ramey CT;Ramey S; (1990 ) The prevention of intellectual impairment in children of impoverished families: findings of a randomized trial of educational day careSelect
IT19786Masse & Barnett (2003) A benefit cost analysis of the Abecedarian ProgrammeSelect
IT11426Masse & Barnett, 2003 and Campbell et al., 2001 (The Abecedarian Project follow-up and cost-benefit analysis)Select
IT20078Pungello, E; Campbell, FA; Miller Johnson, S (2000) Benefits of high quality childcare for low-income mothers: the Abecedarian studySelect
IT11522Ramey CT; et al (1979 ) The Abecedarian Approach to Social Competence: Cognitive and Linguistic Intervention for Disadvantaged PreschoolersSelect
IT11842Ramey CT; et al (2000) Persistent effects of early intervention on high-risk children and their mothersSelect
IT11520Ramey CT;Campbell FA; (1984 ) Preventive education for high-risk children: cognitive consequences of the Carolina Abecedarian ProjectSelect
IT11841Ramey CT;Campbell FA; (1991) Poverty, early childhood education, and academic competence: the Abecedarian experimentSelect
IT11523Ramey CT;Farran DC; (1983 ) Intervening with High-Risk Families via Infant DaycareSelect
IT11521Ramey CT;Haskins R; (1979 ) The Modification of Intelligence through Early ExperienceSelect
IT11519Ramey CT;McGinness GD;Cross L;Collier AM;Barrie-Blackley S; (1982 ) The Abecedarian approach to social competence: cognitive and linguistic intervention for disadvantaged preschoolersSelect
IT20103Ramey, CT; Dorval, B; Baker-Ward, L (1983) Group day care and socially disadvantaged families: effects on the child and the familySelect
IT20250Ramey, CT; Haskins, R (1981) The causes and treatment of school failure: insights from the Carolina Abecedarian ProjectSelect
IT20097Reynolds, AJ (1994) Effects of a preschool plus follow-on intervention for children at riskSelect
IT20093Reynolds, AJ (1995) One year of preschool intervention or two: does it matter?Select
IT20177Reynolds, AJ (1998) Confirmatory program evaluation: a method for strengthening causal inferenceSelect
IT20101Reynolds, AJ (1999) Educational success in high-risk settings: contributions of the Chicago Longitudinal StudySelect
IT20178Reynolds, AJ (2000) Success in early intervention: The Chicago Child-Parent CentersSelect
IT20099Reynolds, AJ (2002) Early childhood interventions: knowledge, practice and policySelect
IT20098Reynolds, AJ et al (2001) Long-term effects of an early childhood intervention on educational achievement and juvenile arrest: a 15-year follow-up of low-income children in public schoolsSelect
IT20028Reynolds, AJ et al (2002) Age 21 cost-benefit analysis of the Title I Chicago Child-Parent CentersSelect
IT20029Reynolds, AJ et al (2002) Age 21 cost-benefit analysis of the Title I Chicago Child-Parent Centers: discussion paperSelect
IT20095Reynolds, AJ; Chang, H; Temple, JA (1998) Early childhood intervention and juvenile delinquency: an exploratory analysis of the Chicago Child-Parent CentersSelect
IT20096Reynolds, AJ; Temple, JA (1995) Quasi-experimental estimates of the effects of a preschool intervention: psychometric and econometric comparisonsSelect
IT20100Reynolds, AJ; Temple, JA (1998) Extended early childhood intervention and school achievement: age thirteen findings from the Chicago Longitudinal StudySelect
IT20013Schweinhart, L.J and Weikart, DP (1980) Young children grow up: the effects of the Perry Preschool Program on youths through age 15Select
IT20011Schweinhart, LJ (1993) What the High/Scope Perry Preschool Study reveals about developmental transitions and contextual challenges of ethnic malesSelect
IT20021Schweinhart, LJ and Weikart, DP (1989) The High/Scope Perry Preschool study: implications for early childhood care and educationSelect
IT20012Schweinhart, LJ et al (1985) Effects of the Perry Preschool Program on youths through age 19: a summarySelect
IT19288Schweinhart, LJ et al (1993) Significant benefitsSelect
IT20094Temple, JA; Reynolds, AJ; Miedel, WT (2000) Can early intervention prevent high school dropout? Evidence from the Chicago Child-Parent CentersSelect
IT20022Weber, CU, Foster, PW and Weikart, DP (1978) An economic analysis of the Ypsilanti Perry Preschool ProjectSelect
IT20179Weikart, DP (1967) Preschool interventions: preliminary results of the Perry Preschool ProjectSelect
IT20023Weikart, DP (1989) Early childhood education and primary preventionSelect
IT20142Weikart, DP (1989) Quality preschool programs: a long-term social investmentSelect
IT20024Weikart, DP et al (1978) Longitudinal results of the Ypsilanti Perry Preschool ProjectSelect
IT20026Weikart, DP, Bond, JT and McNeil, JT (1978) The Ypsilanti Perry Preschool Project: preschool years and longitudinal results through fourth gradeSelect