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Patterns of afterschool activities were studied in low-income, ethnically diverse children (n ¼ 1796, M age ¼ 8.7 yrs). Cluster analyses indicated four reliable clusters: (a) regular participation in a high-quality afterschool program, (b) regular participation at the afterschool program combined with other extracurricular activities, (c) unsupervised time afterschool combined with extracurricular activities, and (d) low participation in any of these settings. Children who regularly attended adoi:10.1080/10888691.2020.1843460 fatcat:cojhyirofbdrplby3sdpfbbvca