This is the cover of A thousand New Zealand children: their health and development from birth to seven, the 1982 report from the Dunedin Multidisciplinary Health and Development Study. The Dunedin study, looking at a cohort of children born between 1967 and 1973, was the first of a range of longitudinal health studies carried out in New Zealand. In 2014 the Dunedin study continued to look at the health and social development of members of the original cohort. The study was funded by the Medical Research Council and its successor the Health Research Council.
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Reference: R. O. McGee and P. A. Silva. A thousand New Zealand children; their health and development from birth to seven: a report from The Dunedin Multidisciplinary Child Development Study. Dunedin: Medical Research Council of New Zealand, 1982.
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