Changing rates of physical and psychosocial impairments over 9 years in cohorts of school beginners in Germany

Riccardo NC, Stich HL, Alvarenga M, Krämer A, Baune BT (2009)
Journal of Public Health 17: 137-144.

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Riccardo NC, Stich HL, Alvarenga M, Krämer A, Baune BT. Changing rates of physical and psychosocial impairments over 9 years in cohorts of school beginners in Germany. Journal of Public Health. 2009;17:137-144.
Riccardo, N. C., Stich, H. L., Alvarenga, M., Krämer, A., & Baune, B. T. (2009). Changing rates of physical and psychosocial impairments over 9 years in cohorts of school beginners in Germany. Journal of Public Health, 17, 137-144.
Riccardo, N. C., Stich, H. L., Alvarenga, M., Krämer, A., and Baune, B. T. (2009). Changing rates of physical and psychosocial impairments over 9 years in cohorts of school beginners in Germany. Journal of Public Health 17, 137-144.
Riccardo, N.C., et al., 2009. Changing rates of physical and psychosocial impairments over 9 years in cohorts of school beginners in Germany. Journal of Public Health, 17, p 137-144.
N.C. Riccardo, et al., “Changing rates of physical and psychosocial impairments over 9 years in cohorts of school beginners in Germany”, Journal of Public Health, vol. 17, 2009, pp. 137-144.
Riccardo, N.C., Stich, H.L., Alvarenga, M., Krämer, A., Baune, B.T.: Changing rates of physical and psychosocial impairments over 9 years in cohorts of school beginners in Germany. Journal of Public Health. 17, 137-144 (2009).
Riccardo, N. C., Stich, H. L., Alvarenga, M., Krämer, Alexander, and Baune, B. T. “Changing rates of physical and psychosocial impairments over 9 years in cohorts of school beginners in Germany”. Journal of Public Health 17 (2009): 137-144.
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