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Objective To examine how individual-and family-level predictors in late childhood and preadolescence relate to psychosocial adaptation (i.e., scholastic success, social acceptance, and positive self-worth) in early adolescence. Method This prospective longitudinal study includes 68 families of children with spina bifida and 68 comparison families of healthy children. Multimethod, multiinformant data were evaluated via optimal data analysis (ODA) and classification tree analysis (CTA)doi:10.1093/jpepsy/jsj032 pmid:15888643 fatcat:kittsdbqtrdahltrimd4t4ibk4