Socioeconomic Status, Parenting, and Child Development

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Author Index

A
Abbott, P., 68, 76
Abbott, R. D., 185, 187
Aber, J. L., 101,103,163, 187,209, 210, 225
Achenbach, T. M., 199, 201, 206
Acock, A. C., 13, 24, 26
Adams, M. D., 240, 246, 255
Adler, N. E., 25, 26, 163,186
Aitken, D., 240, 253
Akaraz, R., 218, 228
Alexander, K. L., 69, 76
Allen, G., 89, 104
Allhusen, V. D., 70, 77
Alva, S., 68, 77
Alwin, D. F, 13, 25, 31, 68, 76, 100, 102, 128, 131, 139
Anderson, E., 215, 225
Andrews, D. W., 217, 226
Ardelt, M., 212, 214, 227
Argyle, M,, 29, 76
Arlman-Rupp, A., 150, 159
Arriaga, R. J., 147, 148, 153, 155, 159
Asencio, M., 34, 70, 79
Astone, N. M., 16, 17, 26, 30, 31, 32, 67, 78,101, 108, 111, 113, 117, 172, 194, 204, 206
Aubret, R, 66, 76
Auspos, P., 95, 105

B
Bachman, J. G., 213, 225
Bagozzi. I. P., 31, 78
Baldwin, A. L., 126, 136, 139, 142
Baldwin, B., 126, 142
Baldwin, C., 136,139
Baldwin, L. E., 153, 159
Balla, D. A., 198, 207
Baltes, P. B., 235, 245, 257
Bamberg, M., 150, 159
Bane, M. J., 88, 102
Bankston, C. L., 118, 119, 120, 124
Barber, B. L., 126, 129, 140
Barlow, B., 216, 226
Barnard, K. E., 68, 76, 163, 187
Baron, R. M., 169, 156
Barrett, B., 212, 228
Barrett, J., 69, 81
Bates, E. A., 240, 250, 252
Bates, J. E., 68, 81,137, 140, 162, 188,202, 206, 215, 217, 229, 250
Bathurst, K., 190, 194, 197, 202, 206, 207
Battin-Pearson, S., 185, 7S7
Baum, A., 162, 157
Baumrind, D., 131, 136, 137, 140
Baxter, J., 68, 76
Beaman, J. J., 215, 230
Bear, R., 126, 136, 147
Becker, G. S., 86, 89,103
Bedinger, S. D., 69, 76
Behrman, J. R., 99, 103, 239, 257
Bell, R. Q., 30, 76
Belsky, J., 65, 67, 76, 83, 103,135, 140
Bennett, A. J., 243, 244, 257
Benson, P., 238, 257, 254
Bentler, P. M., 45, 61, 75, 76, 81
Berkel, H., 240, 253
Berlin, L. J., 212, 225
Berman, R. A., 150, 159

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