S. Parker Abercrombie

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We studied the responses of leaders in a suburban community in western Canada near Edmonton, Alberta, that was affected by a false allegation of increased cancer risk. In 1986, a cancer agency responded to community concerns by conducting a study of cancer incidence (1979-1983) and reported elevations on the order of 25 per cent over expected for most(More)
For decades, research has indicated that preadolescents’ self-concept is comprised of subject specific academic factors, a general academic factor, and several non-academic factors. More recently, there have been some indications that academic self-concept might further be differentiated into competence and affect factors, at least for some preadolescent(More)
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