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Temperamental characteristics as predictors of behavior disorders in children.

Journal Article published 1973 in American Journal of Orthopsychiatry volume 43 issue 3 on pages 328 to 339

Research funded by Association for the Aid of Crippled Children

Authors: Philip Graham, Michael Rutter, Sandra George

Mothers and Fathers as Sources of Environmental Pressure on Children.

Chapter published in The stream of behavior: Explorations of its structure & content. on pages 70 to 77

Research funded by University of Oregon | Office of Vocational Rehabilitation (RD 714-61) | Public Health Service (MH-6; M-1513, MH-6; M-1513) | University of Kansas Research Fund | Association for the Aid of Crippled Children | Carnegie Corporation of New York | University of Kansas

Authors: Helen Simmons, Phil Schoggen

Environmental Forces in the Everyday Lives of Children.

Chapter published in The stream of behavior: Explorations of its structure & content. on pages 42 to 69

Research funded by University of Oregon | US Office of Vocational Rehabilitation (RD 714-61) | University of Kansas | Public Health Service (MH-6; M-1513, MH-6; M-1513) | Association for the Aid of Crippled Children | Carnegie Corporation of New York

Authors: Phil Schoggen

A fourteen-year follow-up study of cerebral palsy: Intellectual change and stability.

Journal Article published 1967 in American Journal of Orthopsychiatry volume 37 issue 3 on pages 540 to 547

Research funded by National Institutes of Health (00719) | Association for the Aid of Crippled Children | National Association for Retarded Children

Authors: Zelda S. Klapper, Herbert G. Birch

Longitudinal course of measured intelligence in preschool children of different social and ethnic backgrounds.

Journal Article published 1971 in American Journal of Orthopsychiatry volume 41 issue 3 on pages 416 to 426

Research funded by National Institute of Mental Health (MH-03614; MH-4907, KI-38,832) | Office of Education (32-8145-5021) | National Institutes of Health (IID-00719) | National Association for Retarded Children | Association for the Aid of Crippled Children

Authors: Margaret E. Hertzig, Herbert G. Birch

Genetic basis of morphological variation: An evaluation and application of the twin study method.

Book published 1959

Research funded by Rockefeller Foundation | Life Insurance Medical Research Fund | New York State Department of Health | New York Foundation | Association for the Aid of Crippled Children | US Public Health Service (G-4194)

Authors: Richard H. Osbourne, Frances V. De George

Part five: Summary and conclusions.

Chapter published in Genetic basis of morphological variation: An evaluation and application of the twin study method. on pages 157 to 162

Research funded by Rockefeller Foundation | Life Insurance Medical Research Fund | New York State Department of Health | New York Foundation | Association for the Aid of Crippled Children | US Public Health Service (G-4194, G-4194)

Authors: Richard H. Osborne, Frances V. De George

Part three: The design of the study of normal morphological variation.

Chapter published in Genetic basis of morphological variation: An evaluation and application of the twin study method. on pages 41 to 65

Research funded by Rockefeller Foundation | Life Insurance Medical Research Fund | New York State Department of Health | New York Foundation | Association for the Aid of Crippled Children | US Public Health Service (G-4194, G-4194)

Authors: Richard H. Osborne, Frances V. De George

Part four: The analysis of morphological variation.

Chapter published in Genetic basis of morphological variation: An evaluation and application of the twin study method. on pages 69 to 154

Research funded by Rockefeller Foundation | Life Insurance Medical Research Fund | New York State Department of Health | New York Foundation | Association for the Aid of Crippled Children | US Public Health Service (G-4194, G-4194)

Authors: Richard H. Osborne, Frances V. De George

Part one: Introduction.

Chapter published in Genetic basis of morphological variation: An evaluation and application of the twin study method. on pages 3 to 12

Research funded by Rockefeller Foundation | Life Insurance Medical Research Fund | New York State Department of Health | New York Foundation | Association for the Aid of Crippled Children | US Public Health Service (G-4194, G-4194)

Authors: Richard H. Osborne, Frances V. De George