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Kozak, Lola Jean; McCarthy, Eileen – Vital and Health Statistics, 1984
This document presents a statistical study of hospital use by children in the United States and Canada designed to determine why the hospital discharge rate of children in the United States is lower than many other Western industrialized nations, although the discharge rate for the general U.S. population is higher. Several reasons for the lower…
Descriptors: Access to Health Care, Adolescents, Children, Delivery Systems
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Edgington, Eugene S. – Journal of Counseling Psychology, 1987
Addresses intensive study of individual subject, emphasizing development of appropriate designs and analytical procedures for single-subject research. Treatment times should be randomly assigned to treatments, creating randomization. The assumption of random sampling is not met in single-subject experiments, however, data from a randomized…
Descriptors: Behavioral Science Research, Counseling, Foreign Countries, Research Design
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Sorrentino, Constance – Monthly Labor Review, 1981
Examines the comparative labor market experience of youth in the United States and eight other developed countries from 1960-1979, focusing upon unemployment levels and rates. Finds that the situation worsened in industrialized nations after the 1974-75 recession and that Japanese and German youth continue to have the most favorable job prospects.…
Descriptors: Data Analysis, Developed Nations, Employment Opportunities, Job Training