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EDUCATION AND DELINQUENCY: Summary of a Workshop References and Bibliography American School Health Association 1989 The National Adolescent Student Health Survey: A Report on the Health of America’s Youth. Oakland, CA: Society for Public Health Education. Arbuthnot, J., and D.A. Gordon 1986 Behavioral and cognitive effects of a moral reasoning development intervention for high-risk behavior-disordered adolescents. Journal of Counseling and Clinical Psychology 54:208-216. Arum, R., and I.R. Beattie 1999 High school experience and the risk of adult incarceration. Criminology 37(2):515-537. Bachman, J.G., S. Green, and I. Wirtanen 1971 Youth in Transition: Dropping Out: Problem or Symptom?, Vol. III. Ann Arbor, MI: Institute for Social Research. Ball, D.W., J.M. Newman, and W.J. Scheuren 1984 Teachers’ generalized expectations of children of divorce. Psychological Reports 54:347-353. Bastian, L.D., and B.M. Taylor 1991 School Crime: A National Crime Victimization Survey Report. Washington, DC: Bureau of Justice Statistics. Berends, M. 1995 Educational stratification and student’s social bonding to school. British Journal of Sociology of Education 16(3):327-351. Black, M.M., and A. Krishnakumar 1998 Children in low-income, urban settings: Interventions to promote mental health and well-being. American Psychologist 53(6):635-646. Brush, L. 1980 Encouraging Girls in Mathematics: The Problem and the Solution. Cambridge, MA: Abt Books.

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