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Social Sciences

child
development
family
man
behavior
youth
research
effect
school
mother
program
sample
measurement method
adolescent
student
intervention
teacher
classroom
age
data
risk
low income
model
woman
individual
mental health
impact
process
problem
participant
quality
theory
US citizen
practice
function
language
homosexuality
executive
education
perception
stress
childhood
poverty
girl
interaction
test
performance
influence exertion
ethnicity
immigrant
achievement
identity
drug
control
drug use
father
adult
discrimination
stereotype
income
population
infant
work
Caucasian
school grade
self-esteem
assessment
race
score
depression
adaptation
prevention
welfare
emotion
boy
school readiness
threat
involvement

Medicine & Life Sciences

Activities & Behaviors

Male Homosexuality
Bisexuality
Sexual Behavior
Parenting
Violence
Child Behavior
Self Concept
Social Support
Economics
Referral and Consultation
Female Homosexuality
Aggression
Child Language
Child Care
Social Adjustment
Communication
Defense Mechanisms
Child Welfare

Living Beings

HIV
Hispanic Americans
Asian Americans
African Americans
Counseling
Fathers
Teaching

Concepts & Ideas

Psychology
Students
Mental Health
Poverty
Health
Interviews
Ethnic Groups
Demography
Longitudinal Studies
Vocabulary
Social Class
Ego
Cohort Studies
Motivation
Randomized Controlled Trials

Physiology

Executive Function
Child Development
Learning
Emotions
Temperament
Intelligence
Cognition

Procedures

Education
Socialization

Disorders

Depression
Attention Deficit Disorder with Hyperactivity
Anxiety
Wounds and Injuries

Phenomena

Informal Social Control

Chemicals & Drugs

Methamphetamine
Hydrocortisone

Devices

Equipment and Supplies

Occupations

Psychopathology