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Economic impact on postnatal ossification

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Journal
American Journal of Physical Anthropology
0002-9483
Publisher
Wiley Blackwell (John Wiley & Sons)
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Disciplines
  • Economics

Abstract

The magnitude of economic impact on postnatal ossification timing in generally lower-income boys and girls of European ancestry was found to be 0.21 standard deviation units or Z-scores for a difference of approximately $2200.00 in per-capita income. Both boys and girls were equally affected.

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