Phyllis B Eveleth

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Economic history has contributed significantly to the formulation of economic theory.* Among the economists who have found history an important source for their ideas are Failure to take account of history, as Simon Kuznets (1941) stressed, has often led to a misunderstanding of current economic problems by investigators who have not realized that their(More)
KEY WORDS • childhood blood pressure tracking adolescence • growth • weight • puberty • maturation O VER the last decade there has been increasing attention focused on the identification of the earliest possible period in the human life cycle when initial variation in blood pressure (BP) could provide clinically useful data for predicting adult risk of(More)
  • P B Eveleth
  • 1978
Growth is marked by changes in body shape as well as increase in body size. It is suggested that changes in body shape in childhood and adolescence be analyzed by least squares fit lines for one dimension on a second at successive ages. These are preferred during childhood to the traditional indices of anthropologists because body proportions change with(More)
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