Biosocial correlates of stature in a 16-year-old British cohort

Journal of Biosocial Science 23 (4):401-408 (1991)
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Abstract

Analyses of the height variation of 16-year-old members of the British National Child Development Study revealed a number of biological and social variables which associated with stature. After multiple regression analyses only eight variables, namely social class, family size, tenure , crowding status, number of children sleeping in the bed, region of the country, sex of child, and pubic hair rating, remained significant. The total variation explained by these biosocial variables was 37·5%

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