As the Twig Is Bent--Lasting Effects of Preschool Programs

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Subject Index
A
Achievement,
aptitudes and attitudes, 36-38, 44
findings on, 51-52, 86-88, 123-126, 129-130, 154-155, 164, 186-189, 191-192, 195, 232-235, 252-253, 315-325, 343-344, 350-351, 428-429, 450-455, 461, 463, 470-471 orientation, 429-430, 446-450, 453, 455-456
Administration for Children, Youth, and Families (ACYF), 24-25
Ameliorative curriculum, see GOAL curriculum
Arousal Seeking Tendency Instrument, 148, 157
Attitudes to learning, 334, 344, 352-353, 373-374
Attitudes Towards School Questionnaire (ASQ), 313
B
Basic Concept Inventory, 182
Bayley Scales of Infant Development, 120, 123
Behavior Inventory, 182-183
Bereiter-Englemann Direct Verbal Program, 135, 140-141, 164, 179-180, 186-189, 190-193
Bonferroni/Ryan technique, 47, 425
C
California Achievement Test, 154, 188, 423
California Test of Basic Skills (CTB), 148, 157
Case studies, 399-404
Cattell Infant Scale, 256-257
Cincinnati Autonomy Test Battery, 182
Civil rights movement, 16-17
Classroom Behavior Inventory, 120, 127
Cognitive development, see Intelligence
Collaborative research, 465-466
Community Action Program, 17, 173-174, 176
Community-integrated nursery program, 135, 137-138, 164
Compensatory education, 22-23, 333, 339
Comprehensive Test of Basic Skills (CTBS), 125
Concept formation, 337, 379-380, 385, 388
Concept learning, 218-220, 224-232
Concept Familiarity Index (CFI), 224-226
concept training, 218-219, 224-232
discovery training, 219-220, 224-232
Consortium for Longitudinal Studies, 1, 24-28, 174-175, 411-412, 450, 465-466
Consultant's Evaluation Form, 181
Cost-benefit analysis of preschool, 91-97, 474-475
Crites Career Maturity Inventory Attitudes Scale, 352, 358

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