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Longitudinal studies

Use as a form subdivision under classes of persons, ethnic groups, and topical headings for works that report the results of longitudinal studies on those groups or topics.

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Filed under: African Americans -- Education -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee -- Longitudinal studiesFiled under: Children of minorities -- Education -- Texas -- Longitudinal studies Filed under: Families -- Time management -- United States -- Longitudinal studiesFiled under: Food habits -- Environmental aspects -- Longitudinal studiesFiled under: Food habits -- Health aspects -- Longitudinal studiesFiled under: Food supply -- Environmental aspects -- Longitudinal studiesFiled under: Minorities -- Education -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee -- Longitudinal studiesFiled under: Minority teachers -- Supply and demand -- Texas -- Longitudinal studiesFiled under: Parenting -- United States -- Longitudinal studiesFiled under: School integration -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee -- Longitudinal studiesFiled under: Self-perception in women -- Japan -- Longitudinal studiesFiled under: Teenagers with social disabilities -- United States -- Longitudinal studiesFiled under: Urban youth -- United States -- Longitudinal studiesFiled under: Women -- Japan -- Longitudinal studies

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