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In tribute

I would like to dedicate this chapter to the pioneers into strategy theory, research, and interventions who have left this plane of existence, but who have, nonetheless, blazed a trail across this landscape for all who follow.

Ruth Garner

Wilbert (Bill) McKeachie

Paul Pintrich

Michael Pressley

Claire Ellen Weinstein

Merle Wittrock

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