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Tabela 1--Distribuicao da amostra nas diferentes coortes nos dois sexos Coorte Masculino Feminino Total 1) 10-12 anos 40 39 79 2) 11-13 anos 51 49 100 3) 12-14 anos 44 48 92 4) 13-15 anos 39 41 80 Total 174 177 351 Tabela 2--Valores descritivos da estatura corporal (cm) em cada idade e sexo para os delineamentos longitudinal e longitudinal misto.
There are people who have argued that there are different classes of longitudinal studies such as Cohort Study, Trend Study, Panel Study etc.
During its client meeting, organised at the Millennium Seoul Hilton on 27th May, Bruno Sarfati, CSD CEO declared: "CSD launched the first longitudinal patient database over 17 years ago in France (Thales) and since then we have continued to extend our longitudinal patient data offer.
Readers of this journal know that longitudinal research involves the repeated measures of the same people over the course of time.
This study is a rare use of hardiness as an independent variable in any longitudinal study.
The association of psychosocial stress and bacterial vaginosis in a longitudinal cohort, American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, 2006, 194(2):381-386.
At the organizations' November Data Summit, the Data Quality Campaign, which is supported by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and managed by the National Center for Educational Accountability, the group kicked off a plan to provide tools for states in creating longitudinal data systems and providing a national forum to improve data quality and access.
With longitudinal recording, we are getting close to the point where data integrity will be harmed if we continue to shrink the magnetic grains.
The findings presented in this article are the first phase of a 5-year longitudinal interpretative study.
Key words: music therapy, dementia, longitudinal research, long term effects.
It was heat treated to a minimum of 60,000 psi ultimate tensile strength and tested by removing both longitudinal and transverse test specimens.