Cover: Comments on Collecting and Utilizing Biological Indicators in Social Science Surveys

Comments on Collecting and Utilizing Biological Indicators in Social Science Surveys

Published in: Biosocial surveys / (Washington, D.C. : National Academies Press, 2008), p. 149-155

Posted on rand.org 2008

by Duncan Thomas, Elizabeth Frankenberg

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