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Multisystemic Therapy in Justice-Involved Juveniles: Mitigating the Effects of Inequality on Neurodevelopment and Ability to Succeed

This project will collect pilot data to support the premise that delays in neurocognitive development among at-risk adolescents compromise their ability to respond favorably to a widely used juvenile justice intervention- Multisystemic Therapy (MST) - compared to adolescents with higher levels of functioning.

Fishbein, Wadsworth, PIs
Funder: Social Science Research Institute

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