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A Thousand Dunedin Three Year Olds: A Multi-disciplinary Study of Child Development

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July, 1976

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Hist. Coll. WS103 S586

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[Dunedin]

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The world famous Dunedin Multidisciplinary Health and Development Study began with a cohort of babies born in Dunedin between 1st April 1972 and 31st March 1973. Over 1200 papers and reports have been published from this study. This unpublished report by Phil Silva, founder and then Director of the Study, was written for the Medical Research Council of New Zealand. It contains details on the 1037 participants who were followed up within a month of their third birthdays. The study is on-going, and the latest assessment is scheduled to finish in 2019. Participants are now aged 45 to 47.

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Phil A. Silva, “A Thousand Dunedin Three Year Olds: A Multi-disciplinary Study of Child Development,” ourheritage.ac.nz | OUR Heritage, accessed January 19, 2019, http://ourheritage.ac.nz/items/show/11054.

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