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  2. Peters, R. D., et al. (2003). "The Better Beginnings, Better Futures Project: A Universal, Comprehensive, Community-Based Prevention Approach for Primary School Children and Their Families." Journal of Clinical Child & Adolescent Psychology 32(2): 215-227.

  3. Peters, R., et al. (2016). "Cost-Savings Analysis of the Better Beginnings, Better Futures Community-Based Project for Young Children and Their Families: A 10-Year Follow-up.  ." Prevention Science   17(2): 237-247.

  4. Worton, S. K., Caplan, R., Nelson, G., Pancer, S. M., Loomis, C., Peters, R. D. Hayward, K. (2014). Better Beginnings, Better Futures: Theory, research, and knowledge transfer of a community-based initiative for children and families, 23(2), 135-143.

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