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cohort effect


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cohort effect

Cohort Effect

cohort effect

Cohort Effect

cohort effect

A population-based cohort study of the effect of Caesarean section on subsequent fertility

Seroprevalence of hepatitis B in two period birth cohorts of Bolivian children: effect of universal vaccination

Birth Cohort Effect on Prevalence of Age-related Maculopathy in the Beaver Dam Eye Study

Re: “Psychiatric Diagnoses in Historic and Contemporary Military Cohorts: Combat Deployment and the Healthy Warrior Effect

Re: “Psychiatric Diagnoses in Historic and Contemporary Military Cohorts: Combat Deployment and the Healthy Warrior Effect”

Re: “Psychiatric Diagnoses in Historic and Contemporary Military Cohorts: Combat Deployment and the Healthy Warrior Effect”

Psychiatric Diagnoses in Historic and Contemporary Military Cohorts: Combat Deployment and the Healthy Warrior Effect

Effect of Supplemental Folic Acid in Pregnancy on Childhood Asthma: A Prospective Birth Cohort Study

RE: “EFFECT OF SUPPLEMENTAL FOLIC ACID IN PREGNANCY ON CHILDHOOD ASTHMA: A PROSPECTIVE BIRTH COHORT STUDY”

Effect of the duration of dialysis on survival in a cohort of chronic haemodialysis patients

White coat effect, blood pressure and mortality in men: prospective cohort study

Child development in a birth cohort: effect of child stimulation is stronger in less educated mothers

Forty years on: the effect of deprivation on growth in two Newcastle birth cohorts

Effect of pituitary desensitization on the early growing follicular cohort estimated using anti-Mullerian hormone

 

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Any effect associated with being a member of a group born at roughly the same time and bonded by common life experiences (e.g. growing up in the 1980s). The effect is of great interest to advertisers and others involved in marketing. In large organizations, cohorts are often defined by entry date and can retain some common characteristics (size, cohesiveness, competition) that affect the organization.

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