Correlates and consequences of stress in infancy

Handbook of Cross-Cultural Human Development Garland STPM Press New York Published In Pages: 355-375
By Landauer, Thomas K., Whiting, John W.M.


Controlling for genetics, climate, and nutrition, infant stress will be significantly related to adult male height (361).


Multiple regression analysis indicates that the presence of milking herds and genetic-geographic group are largely redundant in predicting stature, however, due to the significant effect of milking herds on the Eurasian group, milking herds must have some independent effect on stature.


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