Pathways through Adolescence: Individual Development in Relation to Social Contexts

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the National Institute of Mental Health, and the William T. Grant Foundation. The Dunedin Multidisciplinary Health and Development Research Unit is directed by Phil A. Silva and supported by the Health Research Council of New Zealand. My thanks go to Donald Lynam, Terrie Moffitt, Ros Sidney, Phil Silva, and Sheila Williams, who have collaborated with me on the work reported in this chapter.


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