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  1. Behavior: On Social Psychological Interventions.
    Some readers may be surprised, or even incredulous, that a 15-min
    intervention can reduce the racial achievement gap by 40%. Yet
    this is precisely what new work reports. African American seventh
    graders randomly assigned to write about their most important
    values achieved significantly better end-of-semester grades than
    students in a control condition…
    Full report at http://scienceweek.com/2006/sw060908.htm

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