Distinguishing Characteristics of Effective and Ineffective After- School Programs to Prevent Delinquency and Victimization*

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Research Summary: Using multi-level modeling techniques, this study explores characteristics of 35 after-school programs (ASPs) that criminological research and theory predict should be related to problem behavior outcomes. Controlling for individual-level predictors of problem behavior and for the composition of the participating ASPs, several ASP… (More)

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@inproceedings{Gottfredson2007DistinguishingCO, title={Distinguishing Characteristics of Effective and Ineffective After- School Programs to Prevent Delinquency and Victimization*}, author={Denise C. Gottfredson and Amanda Brown Cross and David A. Soul{\'e} and Karen Finn and Martha Hollerman and Rosemary King Johnston and Colleen Mahoney and Madeline Morey and Stephanie V. Stone and Jane Sundias and Roanthi Tsakalas and Chris L Ayers and Penny D Beatty and Sara Betsinger and Jessica M A Blair and Heather L. Couture and Kelly Felgenhauer and Sarah J Parsons and Carlos M. Rocha}, year={2007} }