Integrating Sociological and Biological Models

An Editorial

Published in: Journal of Health and Social Behavior, v. 40, June 1999, p. 126-129

Posted on on January 01, 1999

by Allen Fremont, Chloe E. Bird

Social and biological assumptions about health shape research and affect the development and application of knowledge.

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