Paraphrase,mla - A.

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A. This study explored the utility of a conception of parental educational  involvement  as the  arrangement of contingency operations that normatively change: the frequency of children's  school-related behaviour, the reinforcing potency of stimuli produced by studying, and  children's tendencies to request parental intervention. Parental educational involvement conceived as the arrangement of contingency  operations. Mellon, Robert C. Moutavelis, Adrianos G. Educational Psychology ; Oct2009, Vol. 29 Issue 6, p621-642, 22p, 3 charts B. Parents  were interviewed about their academic expectations, knowledge of school  performance,  parent involvement , and barriers to  involvement . Participants reported high  academic expectations but only half had knowledge of their children's school performance.  Approximately 35% attended  parent -teacher conferences, 14% helped with homework, and 
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