New Pathogen Codes for the Standard Cross-Cultural Sample

@inproceedings{Cashdan2014NewPC,
  title={New Pathogen Codes for the Standard Cross-Cultural Sample},
  author={Elizabeth Cashdan and Matthew M Steele and Damian R. Murray},
  year={2014}
}
The pathogen codes The variables in datafile S2 are as follows: 1. SCCS number 2. dengue (1=absent, 2=rare, 3=moderate/sporadic, 4=heavy/endemic) 3. filariae (1=absent, 2=rare, 3=moderate/sporadic, 4=heavy/endemic) 4. malaria (1=absent, 2=rare, 3=moderate/sporadic, 4=heavy/endemic) 5. typhus (1=absent, 2=rare, 3=moderate/sporadic, 4=heavy/endemic) 6. trypanosomes (1=absent, 2=rare, 3=moderate/sporadic, 4=heavy/endemic) 7. plague (1=absent, 2=rare, 3=moderate/sporadic, 4=heavy/endemic) 8… CONTINUE READING
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