Validity and reliability of self-reported weight and height measures for the diagnoses of adolescent ’ s nutritional status

@inproceedings{Enes2009ValidityAR,
  title={Validity and reliability of self-reported weight and height measures for the diagnoses of adolescent ’ s nutritional status},
  author={Carla Cristina Enes and Priscila Maria F{\'u}ncia Fernandez and Silvia Maria Voci and Natacha Toral and Alexandre Romero and Betzabeth Slater},
  year={2009}
}
Author’s individual contributions: Priscila Fernandez, Silvia �oci, �le�andre �omero, and Nata� cha Toral were responsible for data collection. Carla C. Enes, Priscila Fernandez, and Silvia �oci were responsible for statistical analysis, interpretation, and discussion of the results and for writing the manuscript. Natacha Toral, �le�andre �omero, and Betzabeth Slater collaborated in interpretation and discussion of the results and for writing the manuscript. In addition, Betzabeth Slater was re… CONTINUE READING

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