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collider bias, directed acyclical graphs, sample-selection bias
Catch-up growth, Child growth, Health shocks, Japan, nutrition, Second World War
Health Transition, historical demography, Infectious diseases, Morbidity, nutritional status
Anthropometric growth, Breastfeeding, Early-life health, Mortality
Childlessness, European Marriage Pattern, Evolutionary Advantage, Fertility, Industrial Rev- olution, Marriage, Social Class
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