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self-report study


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self-report study

Validation of Self-reported Cancers in the California Teachers Study

Validity of Self-reported Diagnoses Leading to Hospitalization: A Comparison of Self-reports with Hospital Records in a Prospective Study of American Adults

Analysis of Change in Self-reported Physical Function among Older Persons in Four Population Studies

Reliability of Self-reported Ancestry among Siblings: Implications for Genetic Association Studies

Validation of Self-reported Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease in a Cohort Study of Nurses

Bias in Studies of Parental Self-reported Occupational Exposure and Childhood Cancer

Validating California Teachers Study Self-Reports of Recent Hospitalization: Comparison with California Hospital Discharge Data

Pesticide Exposure and Self-reported Parkinson's Disease in the Agricultural Health Study

Validity and Reliability of Self-reported Diabetes in the Atherosclerosis Risk in Communities Study

Incidence of self-reported occupational injuries in seafaring—an international study

Psychosocial work conditions, unemployment and self-reported psychological health: a population-based study

Self-reported work-related health problems from the Oslo Health Study

Self-reported appetite, hospitalization and death in haemodialysis patients: findings from the Hemodialysis (HEMO) Study

Validity of self-reported utilization of physician services: a population study

Self-reported economic difficulties and coronary events in men: evidence from the Whitehall II study

Validation of self-reported hearing loss. The Blue Mountains Hearing Study

Self-reported health before and after disability pension over two decades - the HUNT Study Gunnhild Vie

Validity of Self-Report Screening Scale for Elder Abuse: Women's Health Australia Study

 

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Any form of research based on self-reported data—that is, data “volunteered” by the target population. In the United States, self-report studies were introduced into criminology in the 1940s and 1950s ...

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