Infant Mortality as a Potential Measure of Community Health in Urban GrowthEducational Psychology Papers and Publications
Date of this Version6-1-1971
AbstractThis document is one of a series which contains the results of research carried out during a 1969 Summer Study of Urban Decentralization at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory, sponsored by the Department of Housing and Urban Development and the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission. The summary of the Summer Study is contained in "An Introduction to Urban Decentralization Research," ORNL-HUD-3.
Citation InformationIan Newman. "Infant Mortality as a Potential Measure of Community Health in Urban Growth" (1971)
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