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References

Albert, B. (2004). With one voice 2004: America’s adults and teens sound off about teen pregnancy. Washington, D.C.: National Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy.

Armistead, L. P., Clark, H., Barber, N. K., Dorsey, S., Hughley, J., Favors, M., & Wykoff, S. C. (2004). Participant retention in the Parents Matter! Program: strategies and outcome. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 13(1), 67–80.

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