Parents can't make their children love books by reading aloud to them every night; they can only throw them in the way of peer groups
in which reading is valued, or at least not derided.
Other findings included learning that black peer groups
were smaller than white peer groups
; black females reported the smallest number of friends in a peer group
In large organizations, the array of peer groups
is incredibly complex.
This cost-effectiveness comparison is based on a peer group
average for a hypothetical patient panel that matches the physician's panel in terms of age group characteristics and percentage of high-cost patients.
, and discs containing the user's current collection, can be updated annually at a cost of $1,000 for each update.
The students identified four peer groups
This report contains a competitive company benchmarking analysis based on key financial and operating parameters and ratios of a select peer group
of companies, compared to one another and to overall global averages for their retail channel.
Periodic reports should compare investment performance with an appropriate index, peer group
and to the policy statement's objectives.
degrees in counseling psychology and with school counselor certification moderated the Web-based and in-person multicultural supervision peer groups
For example, choosing a mutual fund that is performing well in relation to its peer group
would be prudent today - but it may not be in the future if its performance declines.
It was surmised that low achievers experience pressure from high SES parents and peer groups
, thus leading to low self-concept.
and Children's Development considers the experiences of school-aged children with their peer groups
and its implications for their social, personal and intellectual development