Health Behaviour in School-aged Children (HBSC) Ireland 2006 Middle Childhood Study: Socio-demographic patterns in the health behaviours, risk behaviours, health outcomes and social contexts of young people¿s health.
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Kelly, C., Molcho, M., Gavin, A. & Nic Gabhainn, S. (2009). Health Behaviour in School-aged Children (HBSC) Ireland 2006 Middle Childhood Study: Socio-demographic patterns in the health behaviours, risk behaviours, health outcomes and social contexts of young people¿s health. Dublin: Office of the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs, Department of Health and Children, Government of Ireland
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