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  1. "Adult males are on the average taller in societies judged to practice periodic mother-infant separation than they are in societies where such customs are judged to be weak" (199)Gunders, Shulamith - Mother-infant separation and physical growth, 1968 - 2 Variables

    This study examines the relationship between adult male height and mother-infant separation. Results indicate that males who are separated from their mothers briefly during infancy are taller in adulthood than those who are not.

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