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May 2005

Promoting Positive Adult Functioning Through Social Development Intervention in Childhood: Long-term Effects From the Seattle Social Development Project—Correction

Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med. 2005;159(5):469. doi:10.1001/archpedi.159.5.469

Error in Table. In the Article by Hawkins et al titled “Promoting Positive Adult Functioning Through Social Development Intervention in Childhood: Long-term Effects From the Seattle Social Development Project,” published in the January issue of the ARCHIVES (2005;159:25-31), an error occurred in Table 2 on page 29. In that table, the data in the sixth row (“Time at present job, y”) should have appeared as follows: “No. of Subjects, 437. Mean No. of Years: Control, 1.28; Late, 1.45; Full, 1.67. Control vs Full-Intervention Groups: Difference (95% Confidence Interval [CI]), 0.39 (0.01 to 0.76); P Value, .04. Control vs Late-Intervention Groups: Difference (95% CI), 0.16 (−0.17 to 0.49); P Value, .34.” The substantive conclusions of the article are unaffected by this error.

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