Greg Cooney

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A cohort of 318 children born in three Sydney hospitals between April 1982 and March 1983 were recruited into a five year prospective study designed to investigate the relationship between low level lead exposures and neurobehavioural development. Blood samples were obtained at the time of birth, then at 6 month intervals to 4 years and then at 5 years;(More)
The Sydney Lead Study is a prospective investigation of the relationship between low-level lead exposure and neurobehavioural development during the first five years of life. Of the initial cohort of 318 children, 207 remained at the end of the fourth year. Average blood lead levels at 42 and 48 months were 10.7 and 10.1 micrograms/dl, respectively, with(More)
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This study explored the relationship between leisure preferences and work/occupational aspiration for adolescents in Singapore and Australia. Three hypothesized relationships between the domains of "spillover", "compensation", and "segmentation" were investigated. Except for females in the Australian sample, it appeared that adolescents saw leisure(More)
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